The pikler triangle is a sturdy indoor climbing structure that encourages little ones (ages 6 months to 6 years) to practice gross motor development skills and physical challenges at their own pace.
Babies begin by pulling up on the rungs as they learn to stand, and can slowly teach themselves to climb up and over.
The idea behind the Pikler is empowering children to safely explore what their body is capable of independently of their parents; encouraging curiosity and self-confidence in their own physical abilities!
The Pikler Triangle is associated with the Montessori method for learning, but it is based on observations of Dr. Pikler, who believed in respectful child rearing, free movement and independent learning through play.
Older children will incorporate the play frame into imaginative play and roleplay through dressing it up and turning it into a fort or den as well as using it as a climbing frame.
This will be the perfect training and play toy for your child.