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Triclimb Biri
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Triclimb Biri

£140.00
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Add another dimension of creative play to your Triclimb with the Biri, a place to build and make art. Draw with wipeable markers or chalks, combine with magentic toys or useRead more

Triclimb Biri Play Board

Add another dimension of creative play to your Triclimb with the Triclimb Biri, a place to build and make art. Draw with wipeable markers or chalks, combine with magentic toys or use as a play tray.

Triclimb Biri is a wooden board with a brushed stainless steel surface that hooks into any of the rungs of your Triclimb to create the desired angle. Magentic toys stick to the steel surface allowing children to make patterns and pictures and even ball runs. Use wipeable markers to draw, wipe and draw again. The brushed finish also makes it perfect for chalk drawing. Remove the Biri from your Triclimb, lay it on the floor and you have a large play tray. 

No tools are required to attach Biri to your Triclimb frame but it must be done by an adult. Triclimb Biri is made from wood and brushed stainless steel. Both are natural materials that a extremely durable but please be aware they they will scratch and mark with use. Biri Board is NOT a climbing toy and must not be used for climbing activities. Be careful not to use permanent markers on your Triclimb Biri, always use wipeable pens suitable for whiteboards.

  • Suitable for all ages
  • Hand made in Wales
  • FSC/PEFC sustainable wood
  • Water based lacquer
  • Suitable for indoor use only
  • Dimensions: Length 720x420mm
  • Brushed stainless steel play and drawing surface

Pictured toys, pens, accessories and Triclimb are not included and are sold separately. 

Please note we are unable to despatch Triclimb to North America

The origins of the Pikler triangle climbing frame come from Emmi Pikler a Hungarian Paediatrician who pioneered theories on child development in the 1930/40s. Centered around a respectful relationship between infant and parent as well as natural progression of motor development through free movement and play. Emmi Pikler believed it was important to offer children the opportunities to move naturally according to their inherent ability.

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