Montessori climbers, including our wooden arch, are generally suitable for children aged 6 months and up. The design allows for different levels of challenge, making it adaptable to various developmental stages.
The Montessori climbing arch, also known as a climbing arch or arch climber, provides numerous developmental advantages for children. It enhances gross motor skills, coordination, and balance. It also stimulates tactile exploration and visual engagement, fosters creativity through open-ended play, and promotes problem-solving and spatial awareness.
The climbing wooden arch promotes physical development by encouraging gross motor skills, balance, and coordination. It also stimulates imaginative play, creativity, and problem-solving as children explore various ways to interact with the structure.
Yes, Montessori climbing arches are designed with safety in mind. They are made from child-friendly materials, such as natural wood, and are free from harmful chemicals. However, adult supervision is always recommended during play.