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Gambado Chelsea

Gambado Chelsea

The colder more changeable weather is coming – and we’ve been thinking about fun things we can do with the children that don’t rely on being outside

Most parents we know appreciate play environments that offer enjoyment for the kids at good value – and it’s even better if the little ones are learning as they play. 

So what does Gambado offer? 

At Gambado they offer children the chance to play, learn, run free and explore in a fun, safe and stimulating environment. Their indoor soft play for toddlers right up to age 12 has been superbly designed to cater for all ages, including areas for under 2 years and under 4 years. The venues are packed full of variety and innovation. 

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Play centres for 0 to 5 years

The play areas for toddlers and pre-school children are designed to be stimulating and to inspire young minds. All of the sensory zones have play equipment for learning and development, including infinity tunnels, bubble tubes, touch balls, soft play floor piano, imagination toys, ‘under the sea’ sensory walls, ‘earthquake’ zones, ball pits, play frames and slides.

Young children learn by imagining and doing and that’s why they offer:

• Infinity Tunnel

The Infinity Tunnel is a light up tunnel located in the under 2’s area – it will inspire moments of relaxed calm. This is important for children, as relaxed children take more of their environment in.

• Bubble Tubes

The bubble tubes create a calming and relaxing multi sensory experienced – they inspire interaction through the constantly changing colours and moving bubbles.

• ‘Earthquake Zone’

The ‘Earthquake Zone’ in the centre of the main frame will improve coordination and balance skills as they try to stay on their feet!

• Bouncy Ball Pools

Ball pools are a fun and safe play space for your child to develop their strength and coordination. Ball Pits encourage your child to explore, and reward their curiosity with satisfying sights, sounds and textures.

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Childhood development

Growing up can be a scary business! Allowing kids to move outside of their comfort zone in a safe and inspiring environment will build confidence and promote self-esteemWith so many different routes to the top of the play frame, children get the opportunity to test out their problem solving skills, and learn to act independently.

The dodgems give children an opportunity to compete as well as test their reflexes. Drivers have to learn how to make it around curves without hitting others or losing control – all good practice for their developing motor skills. They welcome adults on the rides and encourage them to take part.

Play and adventure for 5 to 12 year olds.

Gambardo has something for all ages including huge play frames, bouncy ball pools, gigantic slides, and popular premium rides – rides on the carousel and goes on the dodgems are included in the admission price at the Gambado Chelsea centre. They offer a number of ways to play – from standard admission to amazing value monthly and annual passes, which give unlimited access for one low monthly fee.

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If you’re looking for ways to improve your child’s communication and coordination skills, bring them for a fun-filled, active and stimulating session at Gambado. 

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Posted by: Sarah Dixon | Posted on: November 2, 2017 | Posted in: MAMA, MINI ME

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