Baby climbing toys for indoors capture a taste of the park releasing it into your own living room–available rain or shine. One of the most precious times in your life as a parent and your baby’s fast growing self, is that exciting age when he is just beginning to learn to climb and feel confident on his feet. So many milestones happen during this time; so many personal victories as he conquers that first climb and an endless opportunity for laughter and giggles. Dad, get your camera ready for those priceless moments! In addition to the fun, a chance to explore his newfound muscle abilities could enhance his development emotionally and intellectually. When looking for baby climbing toys indoor use, safety and creativity are good things to consider.
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Baby Climbing Toys for Indoors
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1. Small Climber and Slide with Bat and Ball:
Is it ever too early to introduce sports to your child? He’ll be ahead of the game as he learns to put the basketball through the hoop and find the coordination to swing the bat at the ball. The manufacturer recommended age is 12 months to 5 years, although many reviews suggest it might be good for earlier ages, too, because of it’s small size. It is low to the ground- platform height measures 6.5 inches–which many parents consider an asset because your littlest ones will be less likely to get hurt when managing the step for the first time or trying to slide head first (you know it’s bound to happen). Made by Step2, the Sportstastic Activity Center is a 3 in 1 sports play and slide indoor climbing toy. It has a basketball and basketball hoop, a soccer goal (soccer ball is not included) and a tethered baseball and bat. There’s also a storage place for the bat and basketball. Click here to purchase.
2.Wooden Climber Triangle Ladder:
This versatile climbing triangle ladder is perfect for the development of motor skills of your young one! Made of high-quality pine and non-toxic BPA free varnish, this unique climber includes adjustable wooden poles for different ages and hold up to 135 lbs. It is easily assembled and does not take a lot of space for storage according to the manufacturer. Click here to buy.
3. Shape and Play Foam Obstacle Course:
Baby’s first obstacle course! The picture shows the Children’s Factory Shape and Play Obstacle Course in an octagonal arrangement, but you are not limited to that design. The pieces are connected with velcro allowing you creative freedom to arrange it in a long strip or to use the pieces separately. This obstacle course is an exciting way to develop your child’s motor skills while at the same time training his mind to recognize the variety of shapes displayed for him to climb on, distinctive colors and crisp lines. The manufacturer recommended age is 9 months to 3 years. The octagon dimensions are 60 inches wide, 60 inches long, and 18 inches at its tallest piece. Click here to purchase.
4. Foam Climber for Babies and Toddlers:
Your energetic baby will be eager to climb and slide on this unique indoor climbing toy. There are 10 foam shapes that can be arranged in any way. A difference between this Children’s Factory Chisholm Trail foam climber and the obstacle course above is the pattern arrangements you and your child will enjoy creating together. Many children (including preschool kids) get a thrill to see a pattern of shapes, as if they’ve deciphered a secret code. The manufacturer recommended age is 6 months to 2 years, and this climber is purposefully made with a thicker vinyl to resist tearing when your active toddler gets into full play. The base is 40 inches by 60 inches, and the two tunnels are 20 inches high, by 15 wide, and 9.5 inches long. The tunnel opening is 12 inches high by 13 inches wide. Click here to buy.
5. Foam Bumps Playset for Babies:
Made of extra soft foam, the Crawly Bumps Play Set is the perfect basic climbing toy for your little one who will love the cushy feeling of the foam on her tummy. Watch her excitement as she learns to crawl up and down the bumps, roll over them, sit on them, flop onto them and simply show off her new climbing skills. Use this climber by itself or add it to another foam climbing play set. The two smaller bumps are 6 inches high and the large bump is 12 inches high. The bumps are not made to be rearranged. The recommended manufacturer age is 6 months to 2 years of age. Click here to buy now.
6. Foam Ladybug Climber for Babies:
A pleasant indoor baby climbing toy, this endearing lady bug will brighten up your play area. The different levels attach to each other with a hook and loop fastener, so you could use the pieces in your own creative ways. The manufacturer recommended age is 6 months through 2 years. Made of soft foam, this Children’s Factory Ladybug Climber allows your baby a chance to practice climbing up and down the gentle steps, and can even give your older toddler a fun place to read books or play. It is 54 inches long, 40 inches wide, and 10 inches high. Click here to purchase.
When looking for baby climbing toys indoor use is key. We want our baby’s first experiences in life to be full of safe, fun, loving adventures to encourage his and her development emotionally, physically and intellectually. When you see your baby light up when making that first climb, you will feel glad to have gifted him that victory. Invite her friends over to play and let their creative juices begin to stir. If you would like to see even more styles and options, click here.
Be sure to read our posts Foam Climbing Blocks for Babies for other soft play climbers available. Our other posts, Indoor Toddler Climbing Toys, Foam Climbers for Toddlers, and several others on our “Recent Posts” column feature other quality climbers and slides, so be sure to read those as well. If you have any questions or comments, be sure to write us at our contact page.