Helping children to swing

A rope with a loop is threaded through the swing before the child climbs up on it – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children

Thin rope from sailboat. Photo from mammapappalam.se
Thin rope from sailboat. Photo from mammapappalam.se

Description
The rope allows a parent to get the swing moving from a greater distance away from the swing. The parent uses the long rope to pull the swing instead of pushing it.

Users comments
I didn’t have to move out of the way of the swing and could remain in the same place regardless of the speed of the swing. The rope was rather thin (from a sailboat) and had a loop at one end.

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Editors comments
The tip comes from mammapappalam.se

This tip is from 2016

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Tipsare: Annna

Anna is a parent.