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Why a Nursery Trampoline is good for Children

Updated on September 29, 2010
Nursery Trampoline
Nursery Trampoline

Regardless of race or gender young children all over the world never seem to run out of energy. Young kids usually run,scream, kick and do play endlessly as if they run on energizer batteries.

When it’s time to play, for children ages two to three,  a nursery trampoline is the perfect match for their boundless energy. Parents can be confident   in using a nursery trampoline since young children get proper exercise from bouncing in this equipment.

In addition, some studies  have pointed out that children bouncing on trampoline become calmer and more relaxed as compared to those who don't. Because of  this  the nursery trampoline becomes the suitable equipment that address the needs of hyperactive children who often have weary parents.

Moreover, a nursery trampoline is ideal for young children since the equipment promotes balance, rhythm, agility and body coordination which can prevent injuries when playing.

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Nursery trampoline are vital essential play equipments that parents can give to their young kids. Balance and coordination are considered psychomotor skills that young children must learn since their movements are still awkward.

As compared to cycling where a child can hurt possibly himself, trampoline involves less risk since the child can hold on the rails while bouncing. Furthermore, the trampoline can cope up with an energetic child who never gives up.

Nursery trampoline are also referred to as junior trampoline. Usually, this equipment has an easy grip handle that's superb for small hands that grasp it. This equipment can be placed outdoor or indoors since they are made from durable weather proof mat and tubular steel frame that has been coated against rust.

Usually, nursery trampoline are priced starting from $70 to a hundred bucks depending on the quality and features.

However, certain risks are also associated when a kid uses a nursery trampoline the wrong way. Parents must supervise the play of very young children when using this equipment to prevent strains, cuts and scrapes.

It would be a good idea to lay additional rubber mats around the nursery trampoline. By doing so, in case the child falls off from the trampoline he or she is till unscathed.

Also, it would be wise to give the child proper orientation such as holding on to the rail while bouncing. Warn them to never jump off the equipment after bouncing. As long as the child correctly uses the equipment, playtime is safer and happier.


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      Trampolines Australia 

      7 years ago

      Trampoline is good for kids' development just like other toys, the point is how to keep them safe and sound.

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      8 years ago

      Ya read the article and trampoline is really good for child even it can be helpful to elders too if anyone wants to lose their weight ,trampoline should be really useful ..


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