We have a large range of Timber, Robinia and Steel slides which are designed to fit any playground, park or school. Always a popular choice, we offer standalone slides, tube slides and embankment slides for all ages and abilities. Our large range will appeal to children as they are fun and will give them a thrill as they whizz down. We also have slides within many of our Multiplay towers too but below you will find standalone slides for Commercial spaces. There are long slides, short slides and we even offer extra wide slides so that children can enjoy sliding together making it an inclusive, sociable activity too.
Children get a better sense of their position and location when they slide, using proprioception. Sliding also helps to develop the vestibular system as they whizz down a slide and come to a stop quickly. This means that sliding can also improve balance too.
Climbing a ladder up to a slide also helps to develop the muscles in a child's arms and legs. Whilst waiting on a ladder their coordination is improved and it also helps with balance and spatial orientation
Embankment slides are a real favourite within playgrounds and parks. Schools also like these as they provide a fun experience for children and it can also be used as a group activity. Wider slides can be used by multiple children creating a fun group activity.
Morti Sport & Play has a wide range of slides for all ages and abilities ensuring that your playground, park or school can cater for everyone. We offer toddler slides which are designed to offer a more gentle incline whilst still providing a fun experience. We also offer long, challenging slides for the older and more advanced thrill seeker.
We offer our slides for parks, playgrounds and schools in a wide range of materials to ensure that our slides fit into your space. Robinia Hardwood is becoming a more and more popular choice due to its durability and natural finish.
Robina is Aso known as False Acacia / Black Locust.
Robinia Pseudoacacia is a temperate hardwood with the resistance and durability typically found only in tropical hardwoods*. A native of North America, it is now grown widely throughout Europe especially in Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. The Latin name ‘Robinia’ honours a French gardener, Jean Robin, who introduced the tree from North America in about 1600.
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We also offer steel slides, timber slides and stainless steel slides too. This means that a slide will fit into all parks, playgrounds and schools whilst adding great play value and fun for children.
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