Interactive Toddler Centre

A train station with a difference! This is an interactive area encouraging role play in the station masters house and train. The ball basket is fed by the ball feeders and imitates the coal scuttle to feed the coal tender.

The room was an interesting space in that a stone return encroached into the room which was incorporated into the design as seating and steps. In addition a storage cupboard gave us the opportunity to install an interactive bubble tube in a dark space.

It contains the following products.

  • Ball boggler
  • 2No twin ball feeders from the house and train
  • Tipping ball basket
  • Coal chute for the balls
  • Interactive bubble tube
  • Ball pool
  • Single lane slide with 1/2 log access climb
  • Perspex deck viewing panel
  • Log arch climb
  • Step climb
  • Ball boggler

The use of 800mm width decks as opposed to the standard 1220mm width decks has enabled us to incorporate a lot more activities into a small space. Even 800mm square decks allow relatively simple access for adults so why limit the use by installing 'standard' decks?

The 3D design gave us the basis to construct the play area, enabling the customer to have their input on its content and layout. Generally we will produce a pencil drawing as the initial basis to agree a design before producing a 3D image to give a more representative overview of the design. Many times however, a pencil drawing has sufficed as a guide for the initial design layout.

This area is approx 7.2m x 5m with a height of 2.4m and will occupy 22 toddlers.

The price for this structure would be approx £26000 which would again be subject to its final content.

Picture of Interactive Toddler Centre
Picture of Interactive Toddler Centre
Picture of Interactive Toddler Centre
Picture of Interactive Toddler Centre