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! 

3 points of contact – what is it and why is it so important?
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The Triclimb is safe - super safe, However, there are certain things we all should remember when climbing, whether it be a Triclimb, a tree or a ladder. These are things we also aim to teach little people starting out on their climbing journey. There are safe ways to climb up (and down) and it’s a good idea to instil the most basic skill for climbing as a young age – always engaging three different points of contact or ‘The Rule of Three’. This helps reduce the likelihood of a fall just in case one point of contact slips or fails, but it also makes climbing easier. There are other climbing techniques such as staying as close to the body of the item being climbed, or maintaining an upright position for more stability, etc. .  This “Rule of three” was in the back of my head as I was designing the Triclimb. One place it shows up is in the design of the top of the unit, where we’ve gone for a dual-top-rung system. The Triclimb is an angled unit, which means that whichever rung you put your weight on, the downward force is always applied within the footprint of the unit - so you don’t need to worry about tipping. That means that we can safely have two rungs at the top of the unit instead of a single rung without affecting stability. And two rungs provides two distinct points of contact as the child climbs over the top of the unit– the hardest part of the climb – and helps them maintain the Rule of Three. Anyone who’s ever tried to climb up and over a gate will know it’s not an easy thing to do – this is in part because as you go over the top you’ve only got one central narrow point to grip onto – both hands have to be in the same place which means less stability for your body. The second top rung provides a second point of contact for the child to ”reach over” and spread their weight over a wider area.
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Oh, and it makes a pretty cool seat too!
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Thanks to @prince_arthur_geoffrey  for letting me use these amazing pictures of this little chap at just 8.5 months old - what a champ. 💚 - Triclimb Designer
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#triclimb @prince_arthur_geoffrey #woodentoys #piklertriangle #grossmotorskills #triclimbers
3 points of contact – what is it and why is it so important? . The Triclimb is safe - super safe, However, there are certain things we all should remember when climbing, whether it be a Triclimb, a tree or a ladder. These are things we also aim to teach little people starting out on their climbing journey. There are safe ways to climb up (and down) and it’s a good idea to instil the most basic skill for climbing as a young age – always engaging three different points of contact or ‘The Rule of Three’. This helps reduce the likelihood of a fall just in case one point of contact slips or fails, but it also makes climbing easier. There are other climbing techniques such as staying as close to the body of the item being climbed, or maintaining an upright position for more stability, etc. . This “Rule of three” was in the back of my head as I was designing the Triclimb. One place it shows up is in the design of the top of the unit, where we’ve gone for a dual-top-rung system. The Triclimb is an angled unit, which means that whichever rung you put your weight on, the downward force is always applied within the footprint of the unit - so you don’t need to worry about tipping. That means that we can safely have two rungs at the top of the unit instead of a single rung without affecting stability. And two rungs provides two distinct points of contact as the child climbs over the top of the unit– the hardest part of the climb – and helps them maintain the Rule of Three. Anyone who’s ever tried to climb up and over a gate will know it’s not an easy thing to do – this is in part because as you go over the top you’ve only got one central narrow point to grip onto – both hands have to be in the same place which means less stability for your body. The second top rung provides a second point of contact for the child to ”reach over” and spread their weight over a wider area. . Oh, and it makes a pretty cool seat too! . Thanks to @prince_arthur_geoffrey for letting me use these amazing pictures of this little chap at just 8.5 months old - what a champ. 💚 - Triclimb Designer . . . . #triclimb @prince_arthur_geoffrey #woodentoys #piklertriangle #grossmotorskills #triclimbers