TRICLIMB [Pikler] Þríhyrningurinn

Triclimb er frábær fyrir börn til að læra að standa, klifra og sigra heiminn á þeirra eigin hraða! Eftir því sem þau eldast finna þau sér ýmsar leiðir til að nýta hann í fjölbreyttum og opnum leik. 

Upphafið…

Pikler þríhyrningurinn á rætur sínar að rekja til Emmi Pikler sem var Ungverskur barnalæknir og frumkvöðull í kenningum um þroska barna í kringum 1930/40. Hún lagði mikla áherslu á virðingaríkt tengslauppeldi [RIE] en einnig að börn hreyfi sig eftir eigin getu og þroski hreyfingar náttúrulega og í gegnum leik. Þetta er einmitt grunnurinn að hugmyndafræði Triclimb þríhyrningsins en hönnuður hans hefur síðan bætt við nútíma og öryggis eiginleikum sem og ýmsum skemmtilegum viðbótum.

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  • CE Vottað og öryggisprófað!  
  • Prófað fyrir allt að 100Kg (bæði þríhyrningur og rennibraut)
  • Auðvelt að leggja saman og geyma/ferðast með
  • Snúningsliður á toppnum heldur þríhyrningnum mjög stöðugum
  • Öryggispinni sem læsir honum opnum/lokuðum

 

  • Tvær jafnar stangir á toppnum sem auðveldar börnunum að aðhafast og klifra yfir eða sitja uppi og njóta útsýnisins
  • Miri Rennibrautin læsist á milli rimlanna og engin hætta á að hún detti af í leik
  • Hentar frá fæðingu (klifur/tog byrjar um 9 mánaða)
  • FSC/PEFC vottaður viður  
  • Framleitt í Wales 

Þríhyrningur: lengd 550 x breidd 800 x hæð 645mm (Opin) / 550 x 100 x 760 (lokaður)
Rennibraut: lengd 1200 x breidd 360 x þykkt 100mm

Um 9 mánaða byrja börnin að grípa í og toga sig upp og hjálpar Triclimb þeim að byrja að læra að standa sjálf. Þegar vöðvarnir styrkjast og börnin eru orðin öruggari fara þau að reyna að klifra upp og á endanum ná toppnum. Efst uppi eru tvær jafnar stangir sem gerir barninu auðveldar fyrir að aðhafast og snúa sér til að klifra niður hinumegin, einnig tilvalið fyrir þau eldri að sitja þar uppi og skoða heiminn í hæð fullorðna fólksins! 

Repost from @mumofwildlings
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These two 😍😍😍. You may have noticed my grid has been full of pictures of me lately 🙈. I promise it's not because I've gone all vain or I no longer take a billion pictures of my kids a day (I definitely still do that! 😂). But I just found myself in a funny place in this whole insta world. I no longer felt comfortable posting lots of pictures of the kids, I even went back and archived a lot that were on my grid (although lots are still there). I'm not sure why and I'm not saying what's right or wrong to post on your grid, all I know is that for me I just started to feel a little uneasy about putting all their life out there. I also stopped doing ads, I mean I didn't do them a lot anyway but I did consider going down that path as a career (again totally nothing wrong with doing that!) but realised that it just wasn't for me/us. I've now found comfort in this space again. I post again for me and what I feel strongly about posting and not what I think someone might want to see. I also love that I can be more than a Mum in this space, I started it to document my motherhood but part of motherhood is finding yourself again and that's exactly what I'm doing just now and I'm enjoying sharing that part of my life with you all. However, I took these pictures of the the little ones today and I couldn't not share them. Having 2 so young in age (especially when your older two are still only 7&4!) is hard for sure but the bond they have just makes my heart burst 🥰💖 #triclimb#piklerdreieck#pikler#madeinwales#piklertriangle#madeinwales#gwnaedyngnghymru#learnthroughplay
Repost from @mumofwildlings • These two 😍😍😍. You may have noticed my grid has been full of pictures of me lately 🙈. I promise it's not because I've gone all vain or I no longer take a billion pictures of my kids a day (I definitely still do that! 😂). But I just found myself in a funny place in this whole insta world. I no longer felt comfortable posting lots of pictures of the kids, I even went back and archived a lot that were on my grid (although lots are still there). I'm not sure why and I'm not saying what's right or wrong to post on your grid, all I know is that for me I just started to feel a little uneasy about putting all their life out there. I also stopped doing ads, I mean I didn't do them a lot anyway but I did consider going down that path as a career (again totally nothing wrong with doing that!) but realised that it just wasn't for me/us. I've now found comfort in this space again. I post again for me and what I feel strongly about posting and not what I think someone might want to see. I also love that I can be more than a Mum in this space, I started it to document my motherhood but part of motherhood is finding yourself again and that's exactly what I'm doing just now and I'm enjoying sharing that part of my life with you all. However, I took these pictures of the the little ones today and I couldn't not share them. Having 2 so young in age (especially when your older two are still only 7&4!) is hard for sure but the bond they have just makes my heart burst 🥰💖 #triclimb#piklerdreieck#pikler#madeinwales#piklertriangle#madeinwales#gwnaedyngnghymru#learnthroughplay
At Triclimb we are all about designing our toys in an intentional way that supports a variety of developmental opportunities.
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Our slide is the perfect example of this. One side is a slide and the other is a climbing ramp. When looking at the climbing ramp side we decided to go with cut outs for the climbing points - Why?
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Firsly, they allow you to use your attachments straight out of the box. There is no need to add anything to enable your little person to start exploring.
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�They are designed to allow little climbers to grip into them as opposed to onto them (the Triclimb does that job). The climbing points are specifically sized to accommodate little fingers and toes, helping to develop finger and toe strength for your little climbers. The slots are placed at a variety of different angles and there are cutout circles to help encourage contact finger power and strength as they climb up the board. But the fact they are recessed also allows little people to easily slide back down, letting them perfect climbing without external points getting in the way.  These cut outs also allow and create space for a variety of other open ended play experiences; colour sorting, counting, bean bag throw etc.  The list has been endless and we are incredibly impressed with the way Triclimbers are engaging with the board.
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Although the climbing ramp has been designed as a stand alone product on or off the Triclimb, we do have Miri sticks for the slots that will allow little climbers to experience the climb with external points; they also double up as a ball run. They connect without the need for tools etc. and are designed to be taken out when not required for climbing. When inserted, they use friction to lock in place as your little climber climbs up and like the Tricimb and Miri they have been tested to withstand 100kg. We are currently working on more additions that will fit the existing cutouts on the same premise – so watch this space.
. 📸 @eventualmother .
#triclimb #woodentoys #scandanavianhome #piklertriangle #pikler #ballrun #childhoodunplugged #climbingframe #climbingwall #kid #miri #mirislide #triclimbmiri
At Triclimb we are all about designing our toys in an intentional way that supports a variety of developmental opportunities. . Our slide is the perfect example of this. One side is a slide and the other is a climbing ramp. When looking at the climbing ramp side we decided to go with cut outs for the climbing points - Why? . Firsly, they allow you to use your attachments straight out of the box. There is no need to add anything to enable your little person to start exploring. . �They are designed to allow little climbers to grip into them as opposed to onto them (the Triclimb does that job). The climbing points are specifically sized to accommodate little fingers and toes, helping to develop finger and toe strength for your little climbers. The slots are placed at a variety of different angles and there are cutout circles to help encourage contact finger power and strength as they climb up the board. But the fact they are recessed also allows little people to easily slide back down, letting them perfect climbing without external points getting in the way. These cut outs also allow and create space for a variety of other open ended play experiences; colour sorting, counting, bean bag throw etc. The list has been endless and we are incredibly impressed with the way Triclimbers are engaging with the board. . Although the climbing ramp has been designed as a stand alone product on or off the Triclimb, we do have Miri sticks for the slots that will allow little climbers to experience the climb with external points; they also double up as a ball run. They connect without the need for tools etc. and are designed to be taken out when not required for climbing. When inserted, they use friction to lock in place as your little climber climbs up and like the Tricimb and Miri they have been tested to withstand 100kg. We are currently working on more additions that will fit the existing cutouts on the same premise – so watch this space. . 📸 @eventualmother . #triclimb #woodentoys #scandanavianhome #piklertriangle #pikler #ballrun #childhoodunplugged #climbingframe #climbingwall #kid #miri #mirislide #triclimbmiri