The idea of the climbing triangle was developed more than 100 years ago by Hungarian pediatrician Dr. Emmy Pickler. She believed that children should explore the climbing triangle freely and independently. If they can climb it, they should be free to do so.
The triangular side ladder can be connected in 3 different angles. Therefore, they can be adapted to children of all ages and abilities, creating a safe environment by creating a triangle of appropriate height.
Handmade climbing triangle - climbing frame made of natural birch plywood. All the corners of the triangle are rounded, so there are no sharp corners. The surface of the triangle is covered with a transparent, water-based varnish, which is non-toxic to the child's health and complies with the EN 71-3 standard. It also fully preserves the natural grain of the wood and gently reflects daylight. The surface is very smooth and pleasant to the touch, while being sturdy enough to prevent ugly scratches or stains. The edges are treated with natural, slightly darker natural oil, thus easily marking the vintage style in the interior.
The point of the triangle is that it does not need to be adjusted as the child grows, as it acts as a base on which he reaches developmental milestones. The triangle is not only a toy created for fun, but also an excellent educational tool based on the principles of Montessori pedagogy. The climbing frame not only inspires children to come up with many ways to use it, but also develops creativity, promotes the child's development and tests his capabilities in a safe environment. The climbing triangle with a wooden slide and climbing board is a great help for little ones to discover their body's abilities, learning to crawl and playfully develop balance. The climbing frame helps train different muscle groups and allows children to play safely so that they are not too high off the ground. The triangle allows children to know and discover the limits of their possibilities.
The wooden climbing board has raised figures that imitate stones for hands to hold on to or a foot to place as the child climbs. Flip the board over to use as a slide.A large climbing system consists of: