Equipment Inspiration

Challenging the Balance System 

Includes the Moving Smart Tunnel Cube | Moving Smart Beam | Moving Smart Beam Saddles

Climb the Mountain

Includes the Moving Smart Tunnel Cube | Moving Smart Even Ladder | Moving Smart High Saddle


3 Levels of Ladder

Adjust the challenge to work with Snugglers through to Skeddadlers.

The Moving Smart High Saddle allows you to change the level of challenge keeping it low, raising to middle or right to the top.  

You can step through the rungs to the floor or step on the rungs.



Climb and Tunnel

Includes the Moving Smart Through and Up Cube Moving Smart High Saddle |Moving Smart Even Ladder

Encourage children to use from either direction.


Thank you for purchasing Moving Smart Equipment. Moving Smart’s mobile equipment is ‘certified’ for use in supervised Early Childhood facilities and schools with weight bearing guidelines to be adhered to.

3 preschool children 2 school aged children.

In order to get the most out of our equipment we suggest you take the time to refer to the NZ Handbook Supervised Early Childhood Facilities – Playground Equipment and Surfacing Handbook. SNZ HB 5828.2:2006 and the playground equipment and surfacing NZS 5828:2015 Standard.

As our equipment is modular and can be configured in many different ways, it is important to observe some basic rules and common sense to ensure compliance and safe play.

  1. Indoors is Best: Do not leave the wooden equipment outdoors overnight or erect on damp or wet surfaces. The wood is not treated so will warp over time  if it comes into contact with liquid. 
  2. Safety Surfacing: Please ensure you have sufficient safety surfacing to accommodate the various combinations of equipment. In ECE you require a minimum of 1.5m of soft fall around any cluster of equipment above 600mm high.  Should your set up include a saddle mounted on top of a cube, then safety surfacing is required.
  3. Low activities such as our Cube, Balance Board, Beam, Plank, Double Body Rocker may be compliantly used on well maintained dry grass.
  4. Please ensure all equipment is set up on a flat stable surface. It is very important that all attachments are installed level and square with the Cubes
  5. When setting up clusters of equipment, pay particular attention to adjacent equipment, with the view of potential trip, fall or entrapment issues (see page 19 of your NZ Handbook.)