The game which children in many countries of the world play fondly, is designed to allow students of all ages to play in many ways. The play improves students’ hand, arm and eye coordination, and increases the balance and muscle strength with the leap movement.
Number, alphabet and direction-finding games created by combining numbers, letters or directions in the light of certain rules and allowing for the teaching of branch courses in a fun way; develops basic math skills such as addition-subtraction-multiplication-division, correct grammar usage in Turkish or English, and sense of direction. The games also help to improve balance and muscle strength with bending, lifting, bouncing and rotating movements.
The maze and twist-like games played by the children of the present day, and mind games such as chess and checkers that were carried from the past to the present, were designed to enable them to become physically active while playing.
The play areas have been designed to enable the play of many traditional games that our culture has transferred from the past to the present. With these play areas that allows children to play many traditional games to be played such as aşık, gerehli, gaydırah, micoz, 9 stones and yağ satarım bal satarım, children both revive a cultural relic and become physically active.