If your child wants to climb outside, climbing towers are perfect for this. To make your purchase decision easier, we have listed the best climbing towers for you in our product recommendations. So that you also consider the most important criteria, take a look at our checklist.
- In principle, small climbing towers can be used from the age of 1.
- However, you should consider the manufacturer’s specifications before buying.
- Children under 3 years should not be able to climb higher than 1 meter
- From 4 years, children can usually climb higher. Climbing towers up to 1.5 m are suitable. However, you should of course consider the individual development and not take any risks.
- Climbing towers are available in different heights. These should always be adapted to the age of the children.
- A climbing tower also offers much more than the possibility to climb
- Smaller models often offer “only” climbing possibilities and possibly a small slide.
- Larger models sometimes have considerable additional equipment, e.g. a swing, a rope, a house and/or roof, slide or even gymnastic rings
- Most climbing towers are made of wood or plastic.
- With wood, it is important that it is solid wood, which is sturdier. In addition, wood offers more stability and is great for outdoors.
- Plastic is very easy to clean and can be used well indoors. Due to its light weight, it is possible to assemble the plastic climbing tower indoors
- To ensure the safety of your child, you should pay attention to some points.
- Look for TÜV seals. These guarantee safety and stability of the tower.
- Children under 3 years should not be able to climb higher than 1 meter.
- Do not let your child under 5 climb without supervision. It is best to have an adult supervising at all times
- To ensure that the tower stands well and has support, the surface should be smooth and level.
- Additional fall mats offer protection if your child should fall off.
- Ropes and horizontal beams also provide additional protection. Attention: These are necessary from a height of 2 m.
- To prevent your child from getting splinters or other injuries from the wood, make sure that the material is of good quality.
- Climbing promotes gross motor skills in young children. They learn how to grip and step.
- But also the fine motor skills are trained
- Your child moves actively in the fresh air.
- Your child trains his arms and legs while having a lot of fun.
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FAQ For Climbing Towers For Kids
Basically, the glaze should not contain toxic or harmful substances
Children start climbing as early as 12 months. It is important that children do not climb higher than is appropriate for their age. Children under 3 years of age should not climb higher than 1 meter.
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