Bouncy Castles for Toddlers

Bouncy castles are one of the favourite "communal" playgrounds of all-time. We use the word "communal" because, while a bouncy castle can be used by just a single child, it is designed for a group of children to play at the same time.

Inflatable bouncer designs are very sophicated these days. They are no longer simple bouncers where the kids go into the bouncy and all they do is bounce and run around (like a trampoline).
Bouncy castles come in all sorts of shapes and sizes these days and designed with a whole host of features. There are the combo units with bounce area and slide, there are those that function as a slide only, and there are those with a series of obstacles - verticle pop-ups, horizontal bars, low wall, high wall, swing, pop-up tunnels, and carved-in tunnels. Even ziplines are used on bouncies now.

Ziplines using inflatables

All these sophistication in bouncy castle design seems to focus on older kids right up to adults as they require highly developed motor skills. No doubt, younger ones like toddlers can certainly play in such complex bouncies but any parent will know that having toddlers playing in a confined space with other children above 6 year-olds can be daunting. This is simply because the older ones are much stronger, they bounce higher and jump further. And they dash around in their fit of excitement oblivious to others around them.

Kids in bouncy castles

For this reason, Hong Kong Toy Club started work in late 2013 to design and produce bouncy castles that are purposed for toddlers. This is just so that these inflatables cater specifically to the age range of 1 to 3. This way, this tight age range of children can enjoy themselves with the age-appropriate play features in the inflatable and at the same time, the play environment is keep safe. Of course, those up to 7 years old or older can play in these bouncies but the features in these bouncies are designed specifically with toddlers in mind.

Bouncy castle inflatable steps

Features of our Toddler range of bouncy castles:
  1. Small, low slides with easy climbs and short drops
  2. Small and easily overcomed pop-up obstacles
  3. Inflatable props within easy reach
  4. Ball Pools
  5. Cute and attractive toddler-friendly themes
  6. Enclosed playcentre design where there is no need for the kids to get out and get in to continue play
  7. Adult caregivers can go into bouncy castle with their toddlers!
Bouncy castle pop-up obstacles

Check out our Toddler line of bouncy castles below:

Toddler Zoo Playland

This playcentre bouncy castle features various colourful and cute animal pop-ups. Children get to explore the zoo through a series of pop-up horizontal obstacle bars with dolphins and zebras, pop-up enclosures and pool, and a dinosaur slide!

Toddler Zoo-demo

Toddler Zoo bouncy castle

Toddler Zoo bouncy castle

Toddler Zoo inflatable


Toddler Train Station

The Express Train has arrived at the train station with passengers alighting, ending one journey, while others boarding, starting a journey. Kids get to explore the train as well as the train station while going through tunnels, slides, and pop-up vertical and horizontal bars.
Train Station bouncy castle

Toddler Train Station bouncy castle
Train Station inflatable bouncy

 

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