From soft play chiswick kid cities and jungle theme ball pits to Montessori-led adventures and tree house inspired soft play chiswick, London’s children are spoilt for choice when it comes to play. And while some of the more garish soft play centres in the UK can be a little grubby, there are also a growing number of stylish and carefully designed play cafes popping up with Scandi-inspired toys, artisan coffee and adult-friendly amenities.
Moving around soft play equipment – up ramps, down slides and through tunnels – helps young children to become aware of their immediate environment. This is known as spatial awareness and it helps to develop important problem-solving skills. Climbing netting and diving into ball pits helps children to use their gross motor muscles (those used by the larger body parts such as the legs, arms and torso) and this can help improve hand-eye coordination.
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The Little Gym is a purpose built indoor space offering a range of classes for kids aged 4 months to 12 years old. Their mission is to inspire children to learn through fun, interactive activities and build their social, emotional, and physical development.
Located at the University of Westminster Sports Grounds Hartington Rd W4 3AN.
Macaroni Penguin is a unique soft play space designed for the modern parenting lifestyle, with a soft surface sensory corner to keep tiny ones safe as well as a two tier play frame and a series of tunnels and slide. Parents can relax and recharge at their onsite T4 which specialises in artisan tea whilst their kids explore.