A naturally appearing log with a sculpted bark ﬁnish makes for a very unique Fallen Tree Balance Beam. Fabricated and themed from Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC) to create a great look and feel.
Challenges kids' balance and stability and provides fun. Fallen Tree Balance Beam L: 6’-0” x W: 4’-0” x H: 0’-6” LBS. step 4: Strap Fallen Tree Balance Beam in 2 locations to center the balance. Use foam packing material to cushion straps and prevent damage.
Carefully place Fallen Tree Balance Beam so that it is centered on footing holes. step 5: Use hammer drill to drill 1/2” holes 5” into the concrete. Secure base plates to footings with expansion anchors.
It offers a more advanced balancing challenge as children make their way across the angled fallen tree. The Fallen Tree Balance Beam is constructed of glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) and is suitable for children ages The NatureROCKS 8-Foot Fallen Tree Balance Beam gives children an exiting and highly decorative obstacle to practice balancing on. Its clever design looks exactly like a fallen tree, which gives it a very natural feel.
The end of the beam with the tree stump is slightly wider and higher than the other side, which increases the level of difficulty as well as the balance on a fallen tree to an actual tree. Climbing trees, hopping over fallen logs, and even splashing through creeks are all activities that urban children have limited access to. By bringing natural play equipment, they can reconnect with their roots.
For more balance activities, check out the 4 Foot and 6 Foot Half Log Balance Beam. For simpler activities, be sure to check out the Tree Slices, Stepping Stones, and even the Stepping stumplopping.bar Group: Ages