Visit a Jambette playground to learn !

Claudia Carrier

Communication, adjointe de projets

| Learning

school playground

As is the case with the development of other exclusively human qualities, play at the playground helps develop cognition and language. The less restrictive nature of unstructured outdoor play contributes to the self-learning of these skills. Play structures and the natural environment give the child the opportunity to use his creativity, his ability to communicate in different ways, and the sum of his experience.

The Hip Collection!

In The Creature and The Whale the child unleashes his fantastic imagination and becomes a play-time hero.

School play structure

One-on-one connections are built on Multi Spring Riders where children are face to face and can assert themselves by saying “higher” or “not so hard” and communicate through laughter and pleasure. Playing hopscotch develops balance, in addition to helping children distinguish right from left and learn numbers in order.

multisport areas

The many games of skill and friendly competitions found on the panels MÜEL multisport areas foster interpersonal communication and self-control in the face of defeat and the joy of winning. Every Jambette playground, can be turned into a magnificent and magical opportunity for a child’s cognitive and language development.

playgrounds for schools

Children learn through play ! This is why Jambette develops and designs play equipment that promotes the child's social and moral development. To learn more about how play contributes to every aspect of child development, download our Clever Little Guide to Getting Children Out to Play .