Swings

Indoor & Therapeutic Swings

Swings may seem like just fun and games, but they actually offer many unique benefits!

Not only do swings provide fun for children of all ages, they provide opportunities for physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development.

Swing sets develop crucial motor skills. For example, kids must pump their legs (gross motor skill) and clutch the chain (fine motor skill) to build height. Swings also develop balance and coordination.

The swaying motion of swinging feeds a child’s nervous system with visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive stimulation. By playing on swings, children innately learn how their bodies move and how to better control themselves.

The back-and-forth motion that swings provide stimulates the cerebral cortex, boosting focus.

Spinning, twisting tyre swings tap into areas of the brain that are important for rhythm, muscle control, spatial awareness, spatial awareness,and balance.

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