Description

A climb – also for the youngest children

The Khefren climbing net is one of our smaller nets. Standing about 2 metres high, the climbing net is particularly suitable for the youngest mountaineers from 3 years and up. There is a bird’s nest 125 cm up where children can assemble and have a cosy time together.

The bird’s nest is an obvious place for children to practise their social skills. At the same time, it’s a place where they can take a break. Climbing together is a very good activity for training children’s social skills. They learn, among other things, to be considerate to one another, await their turn and negotiate how the game should develop.

Want to see other climbing nets with bird’s nests? Then take a closer look at Fortuna, the Birdnest tree and Chavi.

Product highlights

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Galvanised posts
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Taifun rope with vandalism protection
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Trains balance and coordination
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Both sides of the brain work together
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Strengthens gross motor skills
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Social and language skills

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Galvanised posts

Our posts are hot-dip galvanised, and therefore require very little maintenance and are protected against rust.

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Taifun rope with vandalism protection

Taifun rope is vandalism-proof and highly resistant to wear, as it has a core of 48 strong steel wires. The core also gives the rope a tensile strength of 4,500 kg.

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Trains balance and coordination

Children use their whole body to keep their balance and coordinate their movements on the play equipment. Balance and coordination are fundamental to children’s physical and cognitive development, and it is therefore important that they are stimulated from an early age.

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Both sides of the brain work together

Making cross-lateral movements with your arms and legs strengthens coordination between the right and left sides of the brain. This is important for children when starting to learn to read and write.

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Strengthens gross motor skills

Children use their major muscle groups and strengthen their gross motor skills when playing on the play equipment. Gross motor skills are vital for both their basic motor development as well as their fine motor skills.

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Social and language skills

The play equipment offers ample opportunities for children to engage in cooperative play. It grows their social and language skills, which is key to developing relationships and friendships.

Specifications

Article number
650920: In-ground mounting

Recommended ages
From 3 years

Product dimensions (LxWxH)
380 x 380 x 210 cm

Area requirement incl.
safety distances (LxW)

580 x 565 cm

Max. fall height
125 cm

Approximate installation time
2 persons – 4 hours

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