The Science of Net Play – Part 2

Cause and Effect

The Science of Net Play – Part 2

This weeks’ article focuses on the first of the many passive learning opportunities presented to a child while they play on Dynamo playground equipment.

CAUSE AND EFFECT

Cause and EffectThe most basic thing that a child can learn from playing on a Dynamo Net Climber is the relationship between cause and effect. Due to the dynamic nature of the net climbers, a movement in one area of the net causes a ripple of movement to other areas. At first, the children may not expect this, but soon they will adapt and create games to play based on this movement. Children will also benefit physically from the increased strengthening of their calf and lower leg muscles as a result of climbing and balancing on the net during this motion.

Come back next week for the continuation where we explore more of the many passive learning opportunities.