UniPlay is an extensively experienced playground markings team specialising in KS2 graphics and other playground learning activities. We offer both educational and fun KS2 playground markings that are essential in supporting the school curriculum.
Typical thermoplastic playground games for KS2 include spelling activities, targets, grids, and animals among others. These games benefit young children by engaging them mentally and physically.
Education through play helps children learn how to solve simple problems while improving their language skills. The playground games also help kids achieve fitness by keeping them physically active.
Inactivity rates are on the rise with more children preferring electronic gadgets over physical activities. We design fun, engaging playground games that keep children physically engaged and encourage them to spend more time outside.
These thermoplastic playground games also help children come up with their own creative activities for their age group. You can choose from a wide selection of preformed games or come up with your own bespoke themes and designs which our team of graphic designers can create and customise for your playground.
UniPlay thermoplastic playground games are also ideal for both indoor and outdoor children’s areas. You can use these to keep children engaged in indoor play parks as well as outdoor play areas.
Whether your space is large or small, our experienced installation team can scale the playground games to desired measurements. We design vibrant, colourful playgrounds that are easy to maintain and clean.
UniPlay offers easy to apply thermoplastic playground games for KS2 and kids of all ages. We offer specific pre-cut designs as well as custom designs that support company and council logos. Our playground games markings are applied efficiently using specialist equipment to melt them onto the designated area.
Once applied, our thermoplastic markings are ready for use after 30 minutes. These durable thermoplastic playground games markings last up to 10 times longer than ordinary paint and require little maintenance. They are also easy to clean and are great for improving the aesthetics at a play facility.
We can also apply the playground games markings on a large scale for play parks and small scale for small spaces. You can browse through our previously installed playground games markings or choose from traditional games.
UniPlay has years of experience in installing and upgrading thermoplastic games markings all over the country. We only use non-toxic thermoplastic materials which are durable and designed to last in high traffic areas.
We can help you redesign your play areas with innovative playgrounds games that are ideal for KS2 and children of all age groups. In addition, our team comes to you wherever you are, to give you customised recommendations.
Get in touch with us to find out more about our thermoplastic playground games markings for KS2 and more. Our friendly team is always on hand to answer any questions and give you more detailed information.
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