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The Pikler Triangle is a climbing frame for kids that was developed by a Hungarian Pediatrician named Emmi Pikler many years ago. It helps kids improve gross motor skills, confidence, and basically teaches them awesome skills. We love it, and if you're interested in building something for your kids, keep on reading!

We also thought it would be fun to add-on an adjustable climbing ramp with removable climbing holds so we could change up the difficulty and make it more fun. Lastly, it folds up easily for quick storage. It's great for indoor and outdoor use and our son LOVES it.

This was a really fun DIY project for kids that you can do yourself with some basic woodworking tools and some easy-to-find materials. We love rock climbing, so when a project came along where we could start to get our son interested, we jumped on it! If you're looking for the perfect weekend woodworking project that'll brighten up your kids' day and get them moving, this is it!

We recommend watching the video above and following along with the written steps!

Step 1: Tools and Materials

Picture of Tools and Materials

This project is built using easy-to-find materials that are available at the big box stores, as well as tools that most hobbyist woodworkers likely have already. The links below are affiliate links, and they help to support our channel.

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Samiam100013 days ago
Just a note: Amazon links are always to the same page. Can you change that?
Thanks a lot,
Samuele
WickedMakers (author)  Samiam100010 days ago
Fixed! Thanks for letting us know. :)
This looks like a lot of fun! I know my husband would love to make something like this for our daughter :) Where do you get your milk paints?
WickedMakers (author)  Penolopy Bulnick5 months ago
It totally is a lot of fun! Our son loves it so far. Looking like we're going to get a LOT of mileage out of this one.

We get our milk paints at Michaels, usually. They're not the cheapest...about $6-7 per color...but it lasts forever since you have to use so little to get good coverage.
SpinninJenny5 months ago
I enjoyed your video and have passed it on to my granddaughter for her daughter (she climbs everything!). But to me the background music was too loud and distracting.

Otherwise this was a very good video and a doable project. I’m sure Hazel’s daddy will be making this for her!!
WickedMakers (author)  SpinninJenny5 months ago
Thank you so much for the feedback, and for sharing the project with your granddaughter!! :)
dean_pegal5 months ago
Great work!!
WickedMakers (author)  dean_pegal5 months ago
Thanks!! :)