EYFS Physical Development Equipment

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EYFS Physical Development Play equipment is crucial during the early years of child development. Our physical development playground range consists of simple components designed to challenge children physically that encourage children to balance, run and climb tip-toe over various obstacles in a safe environment.

Learning through physical play is essential for EYFS nursery children, as they begin to explore the extent of their physical abilities and learn various methods of travel beyond just walking and running. They can test their speed and reflexes, from running and jumping to slowly and gently tip-toeing. Browse our range of physical development equipment and contact our specialists for a quote. 

Why Choose Sovereign Play? 

When selecting an EYFS physical development equipment provider, several reasons make Sovereign your ideal choice:

  • A proven track record with over 10,000 exterior environments transformed
  • Quote, design, manufacture, install and maintenance service
  • A wide range of physical development equipment to cater to diverse play needs
  • Work with a range of markets, including nurseries, schools, local authorities
  • A UK-based company with DBS checked teams, ensuring utmost safety
  • A dedicated team of designers and consultants ready to make your outdoor play dream a reality

We are more than a provider of EYFS physical development equipment – we are partners in creating safe, engaging, and inclusive outdoor learning environments for children.

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EYFS Physical Development Equipment FAQs

What is Physical Development in Children and EYFS? 

Physical development in EYFS is a stage where motor skills are explored and enhanced, so children can advance into movement besides walking. By creating different challenges, children will be able to problem-solve, use the space around them and run, jump, balance and climb the obstacles.

What is Needed for Physical Development? 

Outdoor equipment is an extension of learning indoors, particularly with physical development. Children need to be challenged with various obstacles to ensure they are developing core strength, stability and balance, coordination and motor skills. By having dedicated equipment, children can navigate through the challenges such as differently shaped trails to maintain control of their movements and refine coordination to move in a way they haven’t had to before.