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The first years of life have a great impact on a child’s future: on their brain development, health, ability to learn and even happiness. 

Kids (+5y)

Montessori Clothing Rack and why you need to ad it in your sons bedroom:

If you have a toddler at home, I’m sure you have experienced this situation too: you finally gather all the necessary strength to fold clothes and put them away and in just one second your toddler takes it all out of the dresser looking for his or her favorite shirt, leaving everything a mess again. When my son Tadeo turned 3, I decided to incorporate Wiwiurka’s Han Clothing Rack to his room. Originally I added it for space purposes rather

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Babies (0-18m)

Push-and-Pull Play: the moon stroller and the wiwi-wagon.

As their name says, push-and-pull toys are meant for children to play by doing exactly those actions, but, do they have fun doing that? Why are pushing and pulling important for a child? Oh yes! They sure have fun in their early years. This type of toy builds on the skills babies and young toddlers may already have developed, such as pushing themselves up from the floor and pulling herself into a standing position. The next big milestone is walking,

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Babies (0-18m)

Discover our Baby Tadeus: the ideal piece to start your Wiwiurka collection!

Discover our Baby Tadeus: the ideal piece to start your Wiwiurka collection Discover our Baby Tadeus: the ideal piece to start your Wiwiurka collection Discover our Baby Tadeus: the ideal piece to start your Wiwiurka collection This beautiful bench table designed by grandpa Wiwiurka, who was inspired by his youngest grandson to create a multifunctional piece of furniture that works as a table and bench, with the innovation that once placed upside down it becomes a climbing dom where the

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climbing pikler triangle
Babies (0-18m)

The Foldable Climbing Triangle.

Enter one of our most versatile and practical pieces designed to promote your child’s gross motor development from the very beginning. Also called a Pikler triangle, the climbing triangle was designed by Dr. Emmi Pikler (1902 -1984) to give kids the opportunity to climb at their own pace, learn to control their movements and discover their own body’s limits. This can be done in a safe environment at home –when playing outdoors is not possible.   Climbing helps with strength

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Babies (0-18m)

The climbing arch

Oh, the wiggles! This piece is special because it is meant for babies, with which they can safely begin their voyage into physical play. The Pikler climbing arch is a piece with which babies can begin their climbing explorations. At the same time, they’ll start developing their gross motor skills and their sense of agency. It is a variation on the climbing triangle that Dr. Emmi Pikler designed to give an outlet to children’s need for free movement and the

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Babies (0-18m)

The Ramps

Today we are going to feature the two add-on pieces that work as links between our main indoor pieces, but also as extra climbing and sliding pieces; I am talking about the reversible ramp and the rock-climbing board: the ramps. We call the ramps “add-ons” because they are designed to complement our indoor pieces, the climbing Pikler arch, the climbing Pikler triangle, and the rockers. However, with a little bit of creativity, we’ve seen that some families also use them

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