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Quiz: Busy-Board or Activity Cube??

>> Take the activity centre quiz << If you’re reading this there’s a good chance that you already love our wooden activity centres, ...

Why we love rubber wood

Why do we use rubber wood in our toys? At MURO we absolutely love rubberwood and think that it’s the perfect material to make toys from.   It’s a ...

Empowering Playscapes

Maria Montessori was the first to introduce the world to the idea that play is a developmental activity for children that should be encouraged in t...

Sustainable by Design

When we set out to create the world’s best busy board we didn’t know it would take us into the world of sustainability, however when we saw the rat...

The New MURO Ambassadors Program

MURO has always been rooted in collaboration, whether that’s working with key influencers or an open dialogue with our customers about the developm...

Balancing Play

For the first time children are arriving in classrooms without the manual dexterity to hold a pen. This is a problem I was told about by a nursery ...

Babyhood and Beyond

 If you have a baby who has just started to sit or an energetic pre-schooler, MURO is perfect for them. MURO is built to last for an entire childho...

Building Brains

For generations parents have watched children grab, chew and explore interesting objects in the world around them.  Whilst these sorts of behaviou...

Designed for play.

“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” William Morris During a recent conversation about Cub...

Making Play

“Play is the highest form of research” - Albert Einstein Putting play front and centre has helped direct design in a much more intelligent and in...

MURO Makers

Launching MURO Makers for those who what to use MURO to explore creativity and their children by example.

Collaboration

Collaboration has become a dirty word, an overused euphemism for paid content-creation and distribution, hopefully to an engaged and targeted, but ...