I took Tom to visit this new playground in Phnom Penh called Urban Space Playground & Cafe. It’s a new, nice place for kids to indulge in their play time after school. Also, I can just have a good coffee latte. There is a new, clean swimming pool for small children. A sandbox with tiny Cambodian houses. Very good design architecture. This Urban Space Playground & Cafe is located in Tuol Kork district, just a few minutes from my home.
The swimming pool for little children
If you’ve been to Brown Coffee, you may find this place familiar.
While kids have fun in the playground, you can still do some work.
Climbing the wall is one of Tom’s favorites
Next to the swimming pool, there is a large sandbox and small Khmer traditional house, which kids can go up there.
As the Urban Space Playground & Cafe is not yet officially opened, entry for the kids is still free. There’s a good discount for the drink as well.
Want to take your kids to this playground? Urban Space Playground & Café Address:
68 St, 19 St 287, 12151, Phnom Penh +855
Phone: 087 556 695
Some note from the class: Bridges & Huts around the World
This week we looked at and learnt the names of different types of bridges (draw bridge, suspension bridge and arch bridge), as well as some of the most well known bridges around the world. The children decided that the draw bridge was their favourite!
We used clay, toothpicks and popsicle sticks to create our own bridges designing different styles and ways of making them stay up as well as adding lots of different features (drawbridge, doors, monsters)
The elephants experimented with 4 different bridges and tested their strength with stones – we talked about which bridges held the most and why, and how we could make the weaker bridges stronger
Tom started his second year at The Giving Tree School early August of 2016. These are some shots from the first month this year at the kindergarten. Last year, the class’s name is Owl class. This year it’s called Elephant class.