Climbing triangle RICKI RACKA®: Details

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The height (83 cm)

The height of the climbing triangle RICKI RACKA® was chosen with care. It guarantees fun & stimulation for children aged between 8 months & 7 years, without unnecessary risks.

So you & your children can enjoy RICKI RACKA for a very long time®

The width (85 cm)

At 85 cm, the RICKI RACKA climbing triangle® is wider than most others.

Why? So that toddlers can climb up one side and slide down the same side again.

This detail guarantees that even young toddlers can make full use of the Pikler triangle. When the slide is hooked in, they can climb up one side and slide down the same side again.

Sustainable & safe

The climbing triangle RICKI RACKA® is made of untreated wood. It is free of harmful substances, with rounded edges & sanded surfaces, as well as 2x folding safety catches.

Extra wide construction

The climbing triangle RICKI RACKA® has a particularly wide opening angle of 60 degrees. This provides extra space under the Pikler triangle.

This makes it particularly suitable as a crawling tunnel, teepee tent and for other creative games under the Pikler triangle.

Certified

The climbing triangle RICKI RACKA® is made in the EU and bears the CE mark required in the EU.

The material has been tested by the German Frauenhofer Institute.

Design For Generations

The timeless design and high-quality workmanship of the climbing triangle guarantee durability. Perfect for siblings - made for generations.

Climbing triangle - Knowledge

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What is a climbing triangle according to Pikler?

A climbing triangle or Pikler triangle is a triangular wooden climbing toy with rungs that is between 70-90 cm high. Playing with the Pikler triangle promotes the development of children's motor skills and cognitive abilities.

Why is a climbing triangle useful?

Playing with the climbing triangle is useful as it promotes motor skills, cognitive abilities and self-confidence in young children.

It supports all stages of the uprighting process. In addition, playing with the climbing triangle is in line with the educational approaches of Maria Montessori & Emmi Pikler and is therefore educationally valuable.

From what age is a climbing triangle suitable?

The Pikler triangle is suitable for toddlers aged between 8 months and 7 years. It is said that a toddler can play with a Pikler triangle as soon as it crawls.

When is the perfect time to buy a climbing triangle?

The perfect time to purchase a climbing triangle or Pikler triangle is when the child is between the ages of 8 months and 1 year. In this way, the Pikler triangle can accompany the child from the first attempts at sitting up in infancy right up to the age of about one year.

What height should a climbing triangle be?

The height determines the length of playtime. To provide enough fun and stimulation up to the age of 7, a Pikler triangle should have a height of between 70 cm and 90 cm.

How wide should a Pikler climbing triangle be?

According to the Pikler Institute, a climbing triangle should have a width of 85 cm.

What material should a climbing triangle be made of?

Climbing triangles should be made of untreated and pollutant-free wood such as birch or beech.

Pine wood should be avoided as it is not stable enough and splinters easily.

Pikler triangles made of plastic or Pikler triangles that have been treated with harmful varnishes or chemical paints should be avoided.

What is the correct rung spacing?

According to the Pikler Society Berlin, the distance between the rungs of a climbing triangle should be 12.5 cm.

Which mat under the Pikler climbing triangle?

The Pikler climbing triangle should always be placed on a non-slip play mat approx. 3 cm thick.

What is the difference between Pikler Triangle & Pikler Arc?

The difference between the Pikler triangle and the Pikler arch is that children cross the highest point of the Pikler triangle in an upright position and the highest point of the Pikler arch in a horizontal prone position.

Should a climbing triangle be height-adjustable?

We do not recommend height-adjustable climbing triangles. The reason for this is the increased risk of accidents when playing. The screw mechanisms of climbing triangles that are used for height adjustment can become loose over time. Depending on the mechanism, this can lead to collapse.

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