Emmi Pikler was a Hungarian pediatrician who came up with a new theory of development around the 1940s, based primarily on the importance of following the rhythm of each individual child, giving them the ability to move and experiment through the body and its movements. In fact, according to the pedagogical thought of this pediatrician, allowing the child to move freely in space clearly favors his motor, physical, emotional and relational development.
Thanks to the Pikler triangle, children can climb and play with their imagination, transforming it into what they prefer, such as a den or a mountain.
It can be used from 12 months to 6 years.
DIMENSIONS 70x70x50 cm
WEIGHT 5 kg
MATERIAL Wood, birch plywood
COLOR Non-toxic EN71 certified for toys
Assembly is very simple, all you need is a Phillips screwdriver.