Wooden Rainbow Pikler Triangle + Slider and Climber Toy for (6 months - 5 years)
- 4 smooth and well-rounded wooden planks that can be put together to build the sturdy frame of the Triangle. It needs to be self-assembled
- 14 colorful wooden bars, 1 wooden bar and screws that can be easily put in place, giving your child the perfect self-exploratory toy to enjoy!
- A 105 cm long smooth wooden slide that your little one can glide across. Ideal for toddlers and preschoolers.
- The other side of the slide is fitted with 7 sturdy rainbow-coloured wooden blocks that your child will love to climb.
The bright colors will help with visual stimulation and the feel of the bars will help with tactile stimulation.
This open-ended toy will spark your child’s creative thinking as they build stories and regularly find different ways to play with it.
Instills a sense of accomplishment for guiding and building their motor movements on their own.
Dimensions: Pikler dimensions: 96 cm (ht) X 90 cm X 82 cm;
It can take up to 50kg of weight.
What is it made up of?
This toy is made of natural wood and painted with eco-friendly, non-toxic colors. It is 100% child-safe, tested and certified by ASTM International standards.
My son really enjoys this and tries different things on this. The toy is stable and the finishing is good, safe for children. Adult supervision is a must though for younger children.
Got it for my 10 month old and he started climbing it from day 1! He's now almost 1 year and reaches the top and is now trying to figure out how to get down from the other side! Sturdy product and the colors are lovely!
Great toy for toddlers and kids. My kids enjoyed the moment it arrived. Recommended it.
I have received it today. While setting it up, I saw the paint was off in a few places. Anyways I can live with it. The assembly manual needs to be slightly more clear, I ended up putting A & A together and B & B together - could be just me but maybe more ppl can avoid to do extra work like me. Finally, the kids were intrigued for an hour or so. We realized we need to constantly supervise when kids play with the pikler triangle (note to parents - pls ensure the floor is made fall friendly with carpets or mats). My 18 month often got stuck within the rods while climbing. Kids loved the slide the most. They went under the triangle as well but bumped their heads a few times and came out :-) After an hour, they went back to their old toys and I have folded the Pikler Triangle (by removing one screw on each side) and put it in another room. This thing takes a lot of space otherwise. If kids continue liking this, I will only come to know over the next weeks/months.