Learning Activ Zone

Written by: Fawns | Published:

Ensuring children of 2016 are sufficiently encouraged to exercise during play, given their everyday access to tablets and games consoles, is one of the challenges facing both parents and schools.

With activity levels for children of primary age at an historic low, it is clear that a revolutionary new approach needs to be taken by play equipment manufacturers to motivate children of all ages and abilities to exercise in a fun and interactive way.

Playtime by Fawns have recently launched their Learning Active Zone, aiming to do exactly that. Using Danish technology we have created an e-wall which offers flexible interactive learning opportunities both as part of free play and within school lessons, suitable for children at key stage 1, 2 and 3.

The e-wall can be installed inside the school building or within the playground, and comes complete with a free app which teachers and pupils can use to create specific exercises related to topics across the curriculum. Children then compete or work in teams to answer the questions as quickly as possible by hitting relevant flashing satellites situated within the wall.

Contact us for a no-obligation demonstration, or view the product in action on our You Tube channel (http://bit.ly/1SFxqij) or via our website.

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