Children and adults are very familiar with emojis and their use. Social media and new mobile apps are full of examples of how ideas and feelings are communicated through emojis.
In fact, it is not a new phenomenon, the use of symbols to represent ideas, guidelines or emotions is an evolved form of non-verbal communication. For children especially, understanding the value of using emojis can help in terms of learning to communicate by symbols. But what if we also personify them, give them volume and create play spaces with different themes?
Indeed, our Emojidex Splash Pad is not only fun and visually attractive, it is also useful for children to learn to express themselves creatively, to increase their self-esteem and to arouse their curiosity.
Our Emojidex Splash Pads are play areas with design possibilities as varied as the number of emojis available. During childhood, kids are like explorers, trying to understand what they are, what they are for and how things work around them. As they grow up they begin to explore more social games, discover their environment and share their adventures with friends. So these places are suitable for children of all ages. For example, we include games for the youngest, neither too easy nor too difficult.
From the age of 8, kids feel older and think that many games are for young children: for them we include ramps, tunnels and small climbing areas. The older children know how to take turns to go down the slides included in the Splash Pad.
Our Emojidex Splash Pad leaves room for the child’s imagination. It is fun and attractive for children of all ages and can be designed with countless themes.