Case studies

1/8 Comet Nursery School and Children's centre trialled the Outlast Storage Unit, watch the children enjoy this new product.

2/8 Open-ended loose parts play at Comet Nursery School and Children’s Centre.

3/8 Interlocking planks and blocks form the basis of this innovative constructive play system.

4/8 The Outlast storage unit holds Outlast blocks and planks as well as additional resources such as watering cans, sand toys, outdoor mark-making materials or natural loose parts right at the point of play.

5/8 Loose parts empower creativity and offer unlimited opportunities for problem solving, cooperative play, and a whole lot of fun.

6/8 Child-friendly blocks are rugged, with no sharp edges or toxins. The child-sized handholds make carrying easy.

7/8 Cleaning up is part of a well-rounded education; the storage unit is accessible to both children and staff.

8/8 Outlast blocks and crates are modular. Crates share outside dimensions with blocks so they can be incorporated into block structures.

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