This 4in1 Montessori Climbing Set in Chocolate color is a natural wooden climber that will keep kids busy with something fun, interesting, and useful. Made of 100% natural materials it provides advanced development through physical activity: increases courage strengthens muscles (including hand-eye coordination) and improves balance control among other things that kids can learn while having some bonding time as well. The durability and safety of this wooden climber make it an excellent option for your children.
Just look at how much opportunity Goodevas Snake Climber has for transformation! Like a real snake, this wooden toy can twist into any shape - a zigzag ladder or triangle; square or trapezoid. The snake climber is just a toy, but it's also a great way to encourage your kids' imagination and creativity. It has 8 different shapes that you can build with it.
The Sliding Climbing Board is a fantastic way to increase your child's physical activity. It has two sides, one with a climbing wall and the other side with an attached slide and ramp. The climbing wall can be used in two different ways. Your child will have endless fun exploring their creativity while they climb up or slide down!
- the size of the kids' ramp: is 40.9” or 104 cm x 14.4 ” or 36.5 cm.
(for example, you can use a slide board as a bridge between 2 other climbing structures)
Playground equipment is used by children, which provides a lot of fun and joy. But this equipment must be durable and safe. That's why we use only high-quality materials. This net is made of special fibers that don't deform with time, so you can adjust its size as needed.
- the size of the rope climber: 40.9” or 104 cm x 18.5” or 47 cm.
- A simple flip allows you to transform your climbing arch into a rocker!
- the size of the climbing arch: 41 "x21 "x22" (104x53x55cm);
- weight: 11lb (5 kg).
These wooden climbers are designed in such a way that it allows babies to find out what they're capable of starting from 6 months and up through 7 years. The smallest ones will develop their motor skills, as well as the ability to balance or grab on while climbing until finally reaching the topmost point where children can imagine themselves being confident with movement all by themselves!