Pikler toys help your child to learn to stand and furthermore train his motor skills. In addition, Pikler toys are made of natural and sturdy solid wood . Your child will have fun with his Pikler toys for a long time and will not be exposed to toxic substances. Among other things, you should keep an eye on the size of the toy , because this is crucial for safe play.
In our checklist you will find all the important clues for your purchase decision. In the product recommendations there are also the best Pikler toys for you at a glance compactly compiled, here there is the perfect companion for your child.
- Always look at the age recommendation before buying. This will give you a good idea of whether the toy is safe for your child to play with.
- Some Pikler toys contain small parts, which can be very dangerous for small children, as they can be swallowed, so they are unsuitable for them.
- Pikler toys range in size from 75 cm to over 100 cm.
- The smaller models are particularly suitable for toddlers, here the little ones can already pull themselves up as well as slowly learn to stand.
- For older children, we recommend you choose a model from 90 cm, here the little ones can really let off steam.
- Note: Do not exceed the appropriate size for your child. Larger climbing toys have no more or less beneficial effect! However, they increase the risk of injury if your child is not yet up to the higher Pikler toys.
- Pikler toys are almost exclusively made of solid wood.
- The toy is therefore robust and can withstand the odd scratch or fall.
- It can withstand quite a bit of weight due to its stability, so you don’t have to worry about it collapsing.
- In addition, it is very durable, so perhaps even the next child will have something from it for a long time.
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Recommendable Pikler Toys
We have compiled the best and most interesting Pikler toys. You can find the list with our product recommendations here.
Pikler Triangle And Extensions
Climbing Arch And Seesaw According To Pikler
- Learn to play: the climbing frame supports the motor development of your child. Self-confidence and dexterity are playfully promoted according to the Emmi Pikler principle. Whether climbing, building a cave or upside down as a seesaw, the wooden toy guarantees creative fun.
- Tested and safe: quality and safety are our top priority. The bow ladder is made from natural birch and beech wood, which has been carefully sanded. Our climbing devices are tested by a German institute and meet the strict safety requirements and standards.
- Sustainably produced: the wooden rocker is completely handmade in our small factory. We source FSC certified timber through local dealers and work with small businesses from the region. From the screw to the shipping box, our climbing rocker is 100% made in Germany.
- Unpack and play: we do not send small kits that you have to assemble yourself. The rung rocker comes fully assembled by our specialists at your home and can be played directly.
- Extendable: In combination with other arch elements or the climbing triangle, wonderful tunnel systems and exciting climbing landscapes are created. Or how about the chicken ladder to Pikler as a fun slide? There are no limits to your creativity
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FAQ About Pikler Toys
Emmilie Pikler was a Hungarian pediatrician. She is known for her pedagogical approaches, according to which children should be given space for free development.
A Pikler Triangle is a climbing triangle for children to train their motor skills.
Pikler pedagogy is an early educational approach developed by Emmilie Pikler, according to which children should develop as much as possible independently and be treated with respect.
From about 6 to 8 months, the climbing triangle is used to help children pull themselves up and learn to stand. Over time, the Pikler Triangle can increasingly be used as a climbing tool. From about 11 months, your child will be able to use the Pikler Triangle in all its facets.
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