Pikler triangle: a toy that is more than just fun

From the experts at Studio Belize® -. Design studio for children's products:

Imagine if you could give your child a toy that is not only fun to play with, but also promotes their physical and mental development. A toy that awakens your child's curiosity and creativity and encourages them to explore their environment on their own. Doesn't that sound fantastic? Then let's discover the world of the Pikler Triangle together.

What is a Pikler Triangle?

A Pikler Triangle, also known as a climbing triangle, is a sometimes height-adjustable and foldable climbing device based on Pikler Pedagogy. It was developed by Hungarian pediatrician Emmi Pikler and is designed to develop your child's motor skills and independence. There are many different models on the market, we recommend the Climbing Triangle with Slide and also definitely a wooden climbing triangle.


Pikler triangle with slide


Quality and robustness of climbing triangles

When it comes to choosing the right climbing triangle, quality and robustness play a crucial role. There are a variety of models on the market that differ in design, size and function. But no matter which model you choose, make sure it is made of sturdy material and meets safety standards. The important thing here is that the rungs are screwed and not glued or glued. This leads to the fact that rungs quickly break out. With the Pikler triangle with slide RICKI RACKA® from Studio Belize® the so-called "double-sided grub screw" was used. This high-quality screw makes the rungs of this climbing triangle particularly stable and one of the most robust on the market.

Today there are also discount products such as the Aldi climbing triangle or the Playland climbing tri angle. But even if you are interested in the products of other brands, you should definitely pay attention to sufficient quality. Nothing is more annoying than when your beloved Pikler tri angle breaks after a short time.

It is also worth looking for high quality used Pikler tri angles to get a "good deal". Here at RICKI RAKCA® - sample sale there are often exhibitors from stores or fairs or little used models from the rental business of Studio Belize®.

Emmi Pikler and the Pikler Pedagogy

Emmi Pikler was a Hungarian pediatrician and educator who developed a revolutionary method of early childhood education. She firmly believed that children learn best when they are able to discover their environment and abilities for themselves. This philosophy forms the basis of Pikler Education and the Pikler Climbing Triangle, as well as for Montessori Education.

The benefits of movement for your child's development

Movement plays a crucial role in the healthy development of your child. It not only promotes physical development, but also the

mental and emotional development. Through movement, your child learns to explore his environment, discover his abilities and test his limits. A Pikler Triangle offers your child a safe and playful way to develop these important skills.


The negative effects of too much screen time

In a world where iPads, smartphones and television are ever more present, it's especially important to give your child enough exercise. Too much screen time can affect your child's physical and mental development and lead to problems such as obesity or difficulty concentrating. A Pikler Triangle is an excellent alternative to digital media. It encourages movement and provides your child with a meaningful and healthy activity.


A Pikler Triangle is more than just a toy. It is a valuable tool that supports your child's development and provides a lot of fun at the same time. It is a gift that helps your child discover his world with curiosity, creativity and self-confidence. Whether you are looking for an outdoor climbing triangle, an indoor climbing triangle with slide, or a climbing triangle from 1 year old, there is a suitable model for every age and preference. The best time to buy a Pikler triangle with slide isthe first birthday.

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