Rockin' Rope Ladder
An invitation to climb, swing, and explore, this rope ladder is a gateway to endless play possibilities. Watch as your children's confidence soars while they navigate each rung, building strength and coordination along the way.
WHAT IS IT: 3/4″ diameter premium rope with 15″ long, 1.25″ diameter hardwood dowels, 8 and 9 ft in length
WHAT ELSE YOU NEED TO KNOW: Securing the ladder to the floor will make it easier to climb. Consider not securing it to the floor for more confident climbers for a fun challenge. Hardware for hanging and securing not included. Consider our 2 set of Net Hardware: Anchors for the floor.
EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS: Ladders are everywhere in our lives! Confident climbers make everyone safer and lives easier!
When kiddos can plan a route (a rope ladder to a climbing wall to a monkey bar etc.) is all part of developing awesome executive functioning skills!
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You will see your kiddos transform as they gain confidence to move their body, take risks, and train their executive functioning skills.
So many skills kiddos develop are based through their core. This includes everything from holding their head up or rolling over as infants, to walking or learning to get dressed as toddlers, to big body movements and coordination (sports!) or controlled movements like handwriting as big kids. It is critically important to build core strength in order to develop these skills...and the best way to do it? GROSS MOTOR PLAY!
The core strength developed through gross motor play is directly related to a child's posture and ability to move! This helps children become more keenly aware of where their body is in space. They can then navigate the furniture in a room, walk up and down stairs, and more easily get on and off escalators and elevators. Not only do gross motor toys enable more dexterous movement, they also help children improve the coordination between their eyes and large muscles.