Your kids are going to love climbing on this Pikler inspired climbing arch and rocker. It’s so much fun for toddlers who are becoming more and more adventurous and want to learn how to better use their skills.
This Pikler inspired climbing arch can be flipped upside down and works as a rocker. Thanks to wood glue + pocket hole joints, it is extremely sturdy!
If you’re an eager DIY parent, you’re going to love surprising your kids with this fun activity!
Final dimensions are approximately 46″ wide, 24″ tall, 24″ wide
To build this you need the following tools: miter saw, jig saw or scroll saw, drill, sander, pocket hole jig
Your plans will be available to download as soon as you’ve completed your purchase.
|Recommended Tools||miter saw, jig saw or scroll saw, drill, sander, pocket hole jig|
|Materials||3/4" plywood, 1x4s, pocket hole screws, wood glue|