MOOV Baby Climbing Triangle
The MOOV Baby Climbing Triangle is a multi-functional toy that will bring out the best in your little ones, mastering new skills of climbing up and down stairs and creating a fun environment for movement and imagination. Each step on the ladder is a new achievement. Suitable from birth and once children have the strength they can experiment by pulling themselves up, reaching and grabbing onto the rungs. As confidence grows children can begin to climb and eventually reach the top. It encourages children to climb and discover through their own experience developing gross motor skills, strength and confidence. It is made for children, and can take up to 50kgs.
The MOOV Baby Climbing Triangle from Oskar's Wooden Ark is the big sister of the Mini Climbing Triangle, which means you can neatly tuck the mini inside when it isn't being used.
Handcrafted in Australia using hardwearing and strong 16mm thick Marine grade ply and Australian hoop pine dowel rungs, the MOOV Baby Climbing Triangle is made to last.
Our Pikler-inspired play equipment poses a challenge for babies, toddlers and older children and lets your child discover what its body is capable of. Children love to explore and exploring on their own terms. Read our blog post "The Pikler Approach" for more information about the benefits of our MOOV Baby climbing range and Dr Emmi Pikler's theories of early childhood development.
Are you ready to create your own adventure playground?
- 80 cm base x 76 cm high x 80 cm wide
- Climbing rungs are 9 cm apart
6 months - 5 years+
From the age your little ones can sit up (6 months and above) there are opportunities for them to enjoy the toys. Babies can climb before they can walk. We advise you use your discretion and knowledge of your children's abilities to provide them space and opportunity to explore safely under supervision. We are yet to meet a kid under the age of 12 who doesn't want to climb but we recommend up to the age of 5 years to make sure they can get maximum fun. The best thing about it is that they challenge themselves more as they get older. There is always a new way to use them. Which means you get years of value.
Please note that this item is not shipped directly from Oskar's Wooden Ark and therefore sadly can't qualify for free shipping or in combination with other products. A flat rate of 25 AUD shipping cost will automatically be charged during checkout. Please note that orders are currently taking approx. 5 business days to be dispatched. Thereafter, delivery time is dependent on your location for delivery. We are only able to use a courier to deliver due to the large size of the items so cannot guarantee delivery times. Also due to the large size of the items we are unable to deliver to PO Boxes or Parcel lockers. All items are shipped flat packed for self-assembly. Please also have a look at our shipping policy for more detailed information.
- All materials are natural, and sourced from Australian sustainable forests. The timber may differ in color depending on species and location of the forests. We trust you will embrace the uniqueness of our gorgeous Australian timber.
- Climbing equipment should always be placed on a soft but sturdy play surface, never concrete or hard ground.
- Never leave your children unsupervised.
- We suggest letting them explore freely, but always be within a safe distance to assist if required.
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Equipment should be kept dry and protected from the elements.
MOOV Baby began in 2017 and it's range consists of beautifully constructed timber climbing triangles and play equipment specifically designed to nurture gross motor skills in children. MOOV Baby is an entirely Australian business who make quality timber products from all Australian native hardwoods. All products are 100% made in northern NSW by skilled carpenters at the local production facility.
Early Childhood Education based upon the Emmi Pikler approach
The origins of the Pikler triangle climbing frame come from Emmi Pikler, a Hungarian Paediatrician who pioneered theories on child development between the 1930 and 40s. She believed it was important to offer children the opportunities to move naturally according to their inherent ability.