Introducing Finn, the giant rainbow climbing arch from Sawdust and Rainbows.
A Pikler inspired climbing frame arch, this extra large hump can be used as an aid for learning to sit, crawl, stand, cruise and climb. As an open-ended toy, the hump can be used to form an invitation to play to spark your child's interest and imagination. Due to its size it makes the ultimate den, and is even large enough for parents to escape underneath. The good news is it folds away in seconds so it can stored out of the way when not in use.
What is a Pikler Climbing Frame?
Emmi Pikler was a Paediatrician in 1930s and 40s, was passionate about babies developing in the way nature intended, allowing the child to learn and master skills at their own pace.
Q: Why is the paint on my item chipped?
*Please note that due to the nature of this beautiful handmade wooden item, there may be some imperfections within the wood / paint
A: The paint can sometimes be 'chipped' due to being sanded to ensure the item is smooth, or due to small amounts of movement when being machined. 'Chipped' ends of rungs are hidden when assembled and should measure less than 1mm x 2mm.
Q: There appears to be some wood missing?
A: Sadly, wood is not perfect and small voids do happen. This is why S&R use plywood. It is made up from 15 layers of wood. Imperfections of the ply will make absolutely no difference to the structural strength of the item.