Outlast blocks in action at Bright Horizons nursery

girl playing mud kitchen

Glimpse the potential of this unique outdoor play equipment and hear some of the delightful conversations and scenarios that take place while the children play with Outlast. Teddies Maidstone, like many urban nurseries, does not have a large outdoor area, but with this open-ended resource children's imaginations can take flight.

Kirsty Ferguson, a practitioner there, says: “Outlast Blocks have been supporting imaginative and role play. The children have used the blocks to build their houses, their cars, their castles. We have even had a volcano that was made with the Outlast Blocks.”

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