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To your kids, a trampoline is more than just a place to jump – it’s a place where stories and memories are made.
Most people think that trampolines are only made for jumping, but that is not true. Your Springfree Trampoline is a gateway to a whole host of fun activities - and with a little creativity, it can be transformed into the perfect safe space for the kids (and kids at heart too).
Want to know how? Keep on reading!
Paper & Tape Roadmap
With a little bit of tape and some coloured paper, your Springfree Trampoline can be transformed into a one-of-a-kind large roadmap! This is a great way to entertain little ones for hours and hours (in a safe space too) whilst you get the gardening done.
Instead of jumping, grab your little one, a pair of binoculars, hop into your trampoline and look around you! This activity is an excellent way to slow down and take in your environment. For more added fun, bring some coloured pencils and paper to draw the different bird species you spot or any funny cloud shapes.
No grown-ups allowed! Transform your Springfree Trampoline into the coolest clubhouse around town. Kids can bring a speaker, cushions, and any fun activities (like bracelet making, games or colouring books) inside to play. The best part? They’re out of the house and the noise is outside for a few hours!
Kids can take the stage and perform to their heart's content safely. There’s nothing more fun than turning up some music and performing your heart out on your own personal bouncy stage Tik Tok style! For extra fun, they can try dressing up and bringing a toy microphone to really set the scene.
Have a daredevil that needs a safe space to practice their newest skateboard tricks? The Springfree Trampoline is the perfect, safe place to land that next trick.
Chill Out Zone
One for the parents, bring a blanket, your cuppa and a nice book to enjoy some sunshine in your Springfree Trampoline. It’s like the world’s greatest hammock.
Feeling inspired now?
Your Springfree Trampoline is so versatile and can be a host for a whole load of fun (not just for jumping)! Other cool and fun ideas you can try out include yoga, decorating with chalk, building an obstacle course, building a fort, holding a movie night, throwing a summer picnic, and blowing bubbles!
This is a great way to get the kids out of the house and breathing in some fresh air and fun all year round.