The Pikler Triangle with slide from the Wood for Kids line is suitable for children from 12 months who have developed the necessary motor skills, independently following their inclination to movement, upright position and balance. With this tool, the child is encouraged to have his own initiative, moving in a safe space within his reach.
It is handmade in Italy in the our laboratory in Umbria.
0 Co2 in the atmosphere! The Pikler Triangle is biocompatible, because it is produced only with solar energy, non-toxic paints and FSC certified wood.
Ergonomic and portable. It is a child size and can be moved independently without the help of parents. Consistent with the teaching principles of the Pikler and Montessori pediatricians, the child will thus be able to organize his own play and learning space, gaining confidence in his own movements and abilities.
Robustness and lightness. We have created two isosceles triangle structures that make the game rest on a large surface, making it stable and safe. The triangle demonstrates solidity while not exceeding 5 kilos in weight (even the slide weighs 5 kilos). It is also simple to assemble: the side walls act as a load-bearing structure on which to screw the perfectly smoothed round beech pegs. They have a few screws, a screwdriver will be enough to mount it.
Design and safety. We give space to wood and its characteristics. The typical grain of birch is the ideal piece of furniture to create cheerful and serene play and study environments. The walls can be of different colors, each with its own themes that recall the animal kingdom, or natural.
All corners and edges are rounded to prevent the child from any type of injury.
Washable surfaces. We treated the Pikler Triangle from the Wood for Kids line with a transparent and washable water-based paint, so that the top can be cleaned with the most common detergent products and a soft cloth.
The Pikler Triangle from the Wood for Kids line is naturally combined with its slide.
You can choose the Pikler Triangle without slide at this Links.
To find out more about the FSC chain of custody of wood, consult this Link.