Toddler Playground Have fun in this fun playground for toddlers under 36 months of age.

There is fun in every corner of the toddler playground.
This garden-themed playground is for toddlers under 36 months of age to play,
experience and have fun with friends, parents and other guardians.
A variety of exciting activities help children grow as they play hide-and-seek
in the giant flower pot, crawl around it and whisper stories with their friends.

Exhibition information according to subject, place and division
Theme Toddler Playground
Location 2F Toddler Playground
Type Permanent Exhibit
  • Dreaming Pot

    Step into the giant pot where you can read, share stories, role play and go down the slide. A variety of fun activities promote gross and fine motor skill development.

  • Baby Flower Garden

    Babies under the age of 15 months enjoy an exciting time with parents by crawling onto the hill, where they become beautiful flowers and sing with other friends.

  • Peek-a-boo Maze

    Stimulate the senses by looking for hidden treasures and playing peek-a-boo.

  • Toy Car Park

    Have fun moving around in bug-shaped toy cars.

  • Leaf Play

    Play puzzles in a leaf-shaped space to inspire creative thinking. Children also learn good manners by cleaning up after playing.

In what ways will the exhibit help my child?

  • Physical Development Various activities stimulate toddler’s senses and helps the development of gross and fine motor skills.
  • Cognitive Development Interactive play with toys and educational props help toddlers develop linguistic, numerical and analytical skills.
  • Emotional Development Toddlers develop social skills by interacting with friends, parents and other adults.

Mom and Dad!

Inspire your child with compliments and encourage him/her to take on new challenges.

  • 01

    Child First! Let your child take the initiative to decide which activities he/she would like to participate in.
  • 02

    Ask Questions! What does it smell like? What color is it? Ask questions to encourage curiosity and imagination.
  • 03

    Be Patient! Let your child take the time to explore, feel and experience at his/her own pace.
  • 04

    Pay Compliments! Positive comments on your child’s efforts, interests and thoughts strengthen his/her self-esteem and self-confidence.
  • 05

    Play Together! Play together with your child using toys and through physical activities.