Have you heard of risky play? Maybe, scoffed and thought "it's just play". Or thought "gah, can't we call it something less scary -'tricky play'?". Here at MOOV we think risky play should stay.
Risky play is here to show us why avoiding risky play is unhelpful for us and our children. Let's find a way to know and accept risky play because calling it something else ("tricky') won't help us overcome the root of our worry.
Worried about your little one using a Pikler or wondering what to look for in climbing frame safety?
We are proud that our climbing equipment has been independently assessed and certified to both AS4685:2021 (Playground Equipment a& Surfacing - Moveable Play Equipment) ) and AS8124:6 2018 2018 (Safety of Toys - Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use).
Relax with a ‘yes space’ : It’s ok to do nothing much with your baby.
With more time at home I started to look at our home environment. What was it that my son needed? What did I need? What could I create at home in order for us to both thrive? In research, I came across the concept of ‘yes space’. A ‘yes space’ is simply a space where there are no “no’s”.
A Paediatric Physiotherapist explains how physical activity improves cognitive development. Another reason focusing on gross motor skills and activity with your Pikler Triangle or MOOV baby collection has so many wonderful benefits!