Pikler toddler climbing frame
- Promotes independence
- Develops gross motor skills, core stability and coordination
- Folds away
- Encourages imaginative play
- CE tested
- Can be personalised
Please choose the personalisation option, then enter what you would like (up to 60 characters) and your choice of font, double checking your spelling, in the note box at checkout. A selection of fonts is in the listing pictures.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth, for tougher marks rub with a super fine sand paper.
Open 650mm wide x 620mm tall.
Closed 650mm wide x 720mm tall x 200mm deep.
Sustainable birch ply and hardwood dowels
NOTES FROM THE SHED
Our wooden toddler climbing frames are based on Dr Emile Piklers triangle which was developed over a hundred years ago. The frames were designed to help toddlers develop their gross motor skills, strength, balance and confidence.
Not only does this help develop toddlers physically it also challenges them mentally, and promotes problem-solving along side physical activity.
From our own experience of our little climber, when the frame is not being used for its traditional purpose it become a tunnel, teddy house or with the addition of a blanket it's a den or tent, it even makes for a handy clothes horse when the baby is in bed.
Our pikler comes flat packed with easy-to-follow assembly instructions.
To be used under adult supervision at all times.