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Squeeze Play Fence

DZW033.22: Suitable for Rubber Surfacing

DZU033.22: Suitable for Bark, Sand Fill

Inclusive Accessible from ground level

Accessible from ground level

Play Values 3 1
6
Play Type: Physical, Locomotor, Social, Imaginative

Squeeze Play Fence

DZW033.22: Suitable for Rubber Surfacing

DZU033.22: Suitable for Bark, Sand Fill

Click the wheel for more info

Inclusive Accessible from ground level

Accessible from ground level

Play Values 3 1
6

Click to learn more about our play values

Play Type: Physical, Locomotor, Social, Imaginative

Suitability Information

Age Range: 2 to 6

Product Description

Play Panel.

All our fence combinations encourage imaginative, physical and intellectual play, such as the mirror panel, music pipes and megaphones.

Perfect for nurseries and small play areas or for fill-ins along paths.

Can accommodate up to 7 users.

Downloads

Here is a list of downloads for this product:

DZU-DZW033 A4 Layout Plan
Toddlerzone Certificate

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Bringing value
into play...

Here’s a key to explain our play value wheel.

Physical & Locomotor

Encourages movement skills; crawling, chasing, climbing, jumping, swinging and balance.

Social

Key areas where play can encourage social interaction, the building block of society.

Object

Exploration and manipulation of object through all the senses.

Creative

Use imagination to try out new experiences, test boundaries, develop manual skills and allow for self expression.

Role Play & Imaginative

Allows opportunity to enact various experiences, experimenting with decision making on their behaviour and social interaction.