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Physical Wellbeing

Physical wellbeing resources promote, primarily, active lifestyles through structured activities and free play. However physical wellbeing cannot simply be developed through sporting activities, it is a much broader combination of learning. From cooperation to coordination, gross motor to gardening and sport to sustainability, our resources cover a wide range of learning experiences that develop physical wellbeing.

Physical Wellbeing

Natural Environment

Sand and Water

Play Vehicles

Trikes, Scooters and Ride-Ons

Traffic Accessories

Play Balls

Sport Balls

Balls and Accessories

Games

Balance and Gross Motor Skills

Fine Motor

Fun in the Sun

Play Equipment and Trestles :Aussie Play

Play Equipment and Trestles: Kidz Play

Swings and Accessories

Tunnels, Climbers and Playhouses

Foam Climbers

Undersurfacing, Mats and Post Protectors

Movement

Open-Ended Resources

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