GEGE Pikler Triangle Climber Set
GEGE Pikler Triangle Climber Set
GEGE Pikler Triangle Climber Set

GEGE Pikler Triangle Climber Set

GEGE Pikler Triangle is a unique playground inside your very home for children between the ages of 6 months and five years. Yes, though it is a toy intended for climbing, your baby at around six months of age will be able to use the wooden bars of the Pikler triangle to pull up and stand. Once they are older and able to walk, they will gradually begin to explore and start climbing.

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GEGE Pikler Triangle Climber Set

GEGE Pikler Triangle is a unique playground inside your very home for children between the ages of 6 months and five years. Yes, though it is a toy intended for climbing, your baby at around six months of age will be able to use the wooden bars of the Pikler triangle to pull up and stand. Once they are older and able to walk, they will gradually begin to explore and start climbing.

Pikler triangle is a diverse functional climbing triangle that will provide endless learning and fun opportunities.

What are the benefits of the Pikler Triangle?

The benefits of play with our triangle are far-reaching. Play on it will help your child to develop:

  • Dexterity
  • Movement pleasure
  • Balance
  • Motor skills
  • Courage
  • Healthy joints
  • Muscle development
  • Bone health

The ramp can be placed at different angles. The benefit of the varying constructions is that each variation has a unique effect. The various forms of the rocks on the ramp help to massage your child’s feet and ensure that all nodes in your little ones’ feet are put to use. The stimulation of feet is vital, as it helps prevent flat feet and improves posture for the rest of life.

Multiple physiotherapists have found that this toy is an excellent tool for improving a child’s immunity; many action points connected to the internal organs are located on the feet.

What is the Pikler triangle?

Named after Dr. Emmi Pikler (1902-1984) herself, the Pikler triangle is a climbing structure that children learn to navigate at their own pace. The Pikler triangle allows children to explore their bodies, understand their boundaries and respond to their climbing needs.

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Made from sustainably sourced FSC certified Finnish birch plywood.

Pikler Triangle:
• Height – 72 cm or 28.3”
• Length – 86 cm or 34″
• Width – 82 cm or 33″

The Climbing Ramp/Slide:
• Length – 88 cm or 35″
• Width – 37 m or 15″
Maximum weight limit – 50 kg or 110 lb

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