This is one of the most versatile and thus one of the most useful items for developing motor skills in our line for toddlers to five year olds. It gives children a chance to develop all sorts of skills appropriate for their age. Climbing on the bars gives them sense of place of their body in space where they have an opportunity to test, retest, and perfect their climbing abilities using all their limbs and body. Variations are many, suitable for beginner athletes as well as advanced ones and everyone in between. Given children’s imagination, the climbing structure and the ramp can have many uses originally not designed for, like a house, just throw a sheet over it, make a barrier between one part of the room and another, tunnel and a passage to somewhere else. We’ll leave it to your imagination. I specifically designed this climber for my wife to use in her toddler classroom. She wanted something like the Pikler triangles she had seen but she didn’t want it to claim permanent space in her indoor environment. With this design the kids can enjoy it indoors when the weather is not so great, outdoors on those gorgeous days and she can pull it out during those times that some children just can’t focus using the smaller ‘works’ in the classroom. My Toddler Triangle Climber will be a good fit for your home or classroom environment. It’s durability and portability allows for use when you want it and the ability to put it out of site when other work needs to be focused on for the child. This structure allows for you to keep your space for your child small and intimate without restricting their opportunity to use their whole body in an indoor environment to support natural motor development. Spacing between rungs is 3.75 inches. It’s lightweight at less than 14 lbs. but durable so you can bring it outside and still be able to move it inside one handed. This ladder is meant to help children explore and challenge themselves. Adult supervision is required at all times.