In our country we have about 400 centres that provide services to thousands of children, these places provide an ideal space for children to have fun playing, so they meet and to gain access to games that hardly can be found in a House, whether by the size you have or the high cost of the game.
The playgrounds were inspired by the concept of libraries, for this reason, toys, lend themselves primarily to schools and to some needy families who cannot afford toys for their children. The centres are linked to various educational projects, but always through the games, therefore the list of games offered have been especially studied so that they develop in children different concepts such as sociability, intellect, etc.
There are many cities where play spaces are scarce and the playroom is a very suitable alternative that should be valued by parents. The game will also be valued, as it is doing physical exercise for preventing obesity, occasionally approaching the playroom of your region will provide very positive aspects to your child.
Other services provided by the centres and that we find attractive is the advice offered to parents about the games and the most recommended toys for children. With the arrival of the dates that most ilusionan small, Santa Claus, or the three kings, a children’s playroom can be a resource to advise us on the best toys.
The link you can access a complete list of the playgrounds that exist in Spain.
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