Soft Play Playground Safety
Indoor Playgrounds provide friends, fun and exercise to children.
It is important to teach children how to play safely: if they know the rules of the playground, they are less likely to get hurt.
Adult Control is Important
Adults can help prevent injuries by making sure children are using the playground equipment properly.
Children should always be under adults’ control on the playground.
Small children (and sometimes older children) should be watched because they cannot always be sure of distance and do not decern dangerous situations.
Older children like testing their limits and power on the playground, so it's important for that adults should keep them under control.
Informing Children about Indoor Playground Safety
Another important point in the safety of the indoor soft play playground:
Children should know how to behave safely and responsibly in the soft play playground.
Children should know the following rules;
Never push or demolish slides, seesaws, swings and other equipment.
Use the equipment correctly - first slide the feet, do not climb the outer rails, do not stand on swings, etc.
Make sure that no other child is in front of them when they slide off the equipment or slide
Never use wet play equipment because moisture makes surfaces slippery.
Wear clothes that are not corded or fringed. Bags, purses and necklaces can be stuck around on the equipment and accidentally strangle a child.