Most schools place their infant play space inside the area allotted for toddlers, so these two areas most often are designed within the same space. Since Infants are less mobile than toddlers, their needs can be met in a relatively small space for crawling, touching, gazing and for initial attempts at standing and walking. Softness is imperative. So are easily cleaned surfaces, shade and rich sensory options. Caregivers of infants have unique a predictable needs in outdoor settings, so GFPlay provides the three S's: Seating, Shade and Strategic location. Toddler/Two's play events increase the challenges and opportunities to climb to safe heights. Climbing crawling, and rocking provide age appropriate active play. Maximum climbing deck height for Toddlers is 32". We believe Toddlers/Two's need separate play events from Preschoolers, in keeping with most state licensing standards. These early walkers need plenty of space to allow room for error as the climb on elevated decks. Ground level challenges help develop critical balance skills for this age group as well.