Climbing, hand-hanging and swinging in the jungle. With the “Affenling” set there is a lot of variety. The "Orang-Utan" climbing triangle consists of three different climbing sides. The classic wall bars, a climbing wall to grasp and understand, as well as the climbing net , which, thanks to its soft material compared to wood, sends new impulses to the hands and feet and particularly promotes inner balance. Concentration is required when climbing the upper rungs, how do the handles and steps have to be changed? The sliding board can be hung on the wall bars and used as a slide on the "croissant". The seesaw is twice as much fun, because it takes a while for our children to climb over an arch, but practice makes perfect. And until then it's time to turn the climbing seesaw, get in, hold on, seesaw.
Like all our climbing rings, the "Affenling" set with all its components is absolutely free of harmful substances and untreated, as well as being produced fairly and sustainably. Handmade from Baltic birch and aspen wood.
Dimensions: The climbing triangle "Orang-Utan" is 87 cm high, 100 cm long and 62 cm wide. Not collapsible (only by removing at least 2 screws). The sliding board is 91 cm long, 38 cm wide and 1.2 cm thick. The "Hörnchen" seesaw is 91 cm long, 42 cm wide and 42 cm high.
Maximum load: up to 50 kg
Suitable for children from 10 months under supervision.Always remember that every child has their own pace. Never place, sit or hang your child on or on the climbing triangle. The included squirrel can only be used as a seesaw under supervision. Since it can increase in speed as a seesaw, the supervisor should check that the child is not moving too quickly and brake immediately.
What materials is our “Affenling” set made of?
All parts are made of Baltic birch plywood. The round bars are made of aspen wood with a diameter of 28 mm The blue rope is made of nylon and has a diameter of 12 mm. You can also get the orangutan climbing triangle with a natural rope. Please contact us about this.
Harmless and free of harmful substances: no paints or dyes are used in the Kletterling workshop. Your climber will only be sanded and done by hand. So that your child does not lose touch with nature, it can feel, see and smell the soft wood. Naturalness is the best protection against pollutants and sensitizes to the wonders of nature.
Care instructions: we recommend not oiling the natural wood. If there are any annoying stains on the climbers, they can easily be sanded off with sandpaper. Please choose a fine-grain sandpaper and go gently over the affected area or e.g. B. over the entire rung. And don't worry, there's plenty of climbing fun left.
Pedagogical benefit: With the climbing rings you will have a lot of fun! And by the way, the independent movement development. The climbers can be used for motor development from the age of 10 months. The children curiously explore the play equipment and discover how to pull up, stand and later climb. Independent use by children promotes their self-confidence in their own abilities. By conquering and discovering the climbing toys, the child develops body tension, security and self-efficacy. The sense of balance is trained and the muscles develop. Over time, children develop joy in rebuilding, expanding or creating something completely new with the climbing toys, which promotes creativity and free play. With our climbing rings, the “need for independence, which is an essential feature of child development” (Emmi Pikler and Elfriede Hengstenberg) can be pursued.
Our tip: please do not place, sit or hang your child on the climbing equipment, as this increases the risk of injury. The climbing rings only fulfill their purpose when your child e.g. B. tried the climbing triangle. Gradually, it will first try pulling up, then standing and later climbing. Your baby learns to climb up from the safe ground all by itself and thus gains its own sense of security. Your child will learn to use the new toy and get to know their own limits. You'll be amazed at how brave and confident your child can be. Show your baby the new device and be curious and above all patient what and when it happens. Each child has their own pace. Never leave your child unattended and stand by your side!