Pikler Climbing triangle
Pikler triangle is a simple climbing structure that helps children with gross motor development, spatial awareness and creative play. This triangle can be used in multiple ways in three different angles, height and width.
Montessori Climbing Frame
The Pikler triangle was invented by Dr. Emmi Pikler a century ago . From a crawling child of 8M old to 5Yrs this is an interesting and resourceful developmental equipment.
It is an innate need for a toddler to move, climb and experiment. This is a way they develop their motors.
Helps the child with motor and muscle development. For a child who is striving to explore his potential this simple toy is the best aid.
Promotes natural Gross motor development, that is the children develop their gross motor skills at their own pace.
This toy helps them understand their body and spatial awareness. Your baby understands her/his body and comes to term with what it is capable of with the surroundings. They pull themselves up, climb, grip and slide. It is fun
Ways of Play with Pikler triangle
For an infant (0M-6M) these triangles can be used to hang fun elements and can be used as a floor gym.
For a child who is trying to stand can pull themselves up with the help of the bars in the triangle
Slowly the child learns to climb and slide the ramp as an climbing aid too
Older children can build fort and their imagination runs wild
It can be easily folded and stored.
wipe with a damp cloth to clean when required.
**parental guidance necessary at all time