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Curved Balance Beam

Model #100041

Component Overview

The Curved Balance Beam provides fitness with a twist to help kids of all ages with their balance and agility.


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Features

  • Galvanized-steel construction
  • Perfect for kids entering a critical stage of balance and agility development
  • Use as part of your Fitness Cluster or on its own for versatility

Developmental Benefits

  • Sensory
  • Proprioception, Tactile, Vestibular, Visual
  • Motor Skills
  • Balance, Coordination, Core Body Strength, Lower Body Strength, Motor Planning
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Social/Emotional Skills
  • Cooperation, Imaginative Play, Social Skill Development
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Component Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 2 to 5 Years
    • 5 to 12 years
  • Product Categories

  • Shipping Weight

  • 71 lbs
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM, CSA, EN
  • Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height: 12" (0,30 m)
    • Min Area Required: 14' 6" x 21' 4" (4,42 m x 6,50 m)
  • Design/CAD Files

  • All About Color

  • Color is an important decision, and our products are available in many color options. Contact your consultant to find the colors available for this component.

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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video features children playing in a freestanding playground curved balance beam.

[video: scene faces into a side view of a balances beam curved into a slight “S” shape. Camera angle switches to a side view looking down the beam. Camera angles switches to a ground view focusing on the end of the beam and the connecting ground post. Camera pulls back for a full side view of the curved balance beam. Camera switches to a close-up while backing up and following the flow of the curves of the beam. Two children walk into frame and step up onto the beam. A boy on the beam teeters forwards and backwards as he holds his hands out to balance. He can’t keep his balance and falls backwards and shouts: Wooh!]

[video: scene switches to a full view of the balance beam while a group of children walk down the beam in a line. Camera switches to a front view and zooms in on a girl’s face while she walks across the beam. She lifts her hand to her face to swipe some hair behind her ear. Camera switches to a close-up pan forward alongside the balance beam as children’s shoes stand and walk across the beam. Camera pulls back for a full side view as children continue to balance on the beam. Children shout all around the playground. Camera close-up of a boy and girl as they hold onto each other and sway back and forth to keep their balance. They laugh as they try to keep their balance. Camera pulls back for a full side view as children stand on the balance beam together, the screen fades to black.]

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