Blackboard Play Cube
Pikler Cubes and Crawl Boxes
Our classic Crawl boxes or Pikler Cubes as they are sometimes called, are a huge hit with little and big kids alike. These cubes are designed to promote an open ended play environment and are the perfect addition to your playroom, with or with out our Pikler Climbing Frames.
Our blackboard Play cube offers so many opportunities for cubby spaces, hiding spots, caves, part of a bigger labyrinth tunnel.
These cubes can be stacked up high or used side by side to create a tunnel, or can be used as a crawl space, a multi purpose stool, a table or simply used as a fun storage spaces.
These cubes are compatible with any of our Pikler slides, rock walls, or mesh climbers.
Premium Birch PlyWood.
Varnished finish to ensure longevity and protection.
Compatible with all brands of Pikler Climbing Frames.
Size: 60cm x 60cm x 60cm
Recommended Age: 10+ Months
This product is awesome and so easy to put together. Attached a Pikler slide to it and kids have found so many different ways to play with it!
Beyond impressed with the quality and versatility of this piece! It’s our play bench, climbing frame, cosy nook, and so much more!!! It’s also solid and sturdy but still easy to move around the room! And the blackboard is such a hit- surprised at how easy it is to clean and have looking brand new again!!! Couldn’t recommend this product anymore 😍
My daughter is 16 months old and a real climber. I bought these pieces so she had somewhere safe to play and climb. The items are just as described, easy to assemble and my daughter absolutely loves it. Hours of indoor fun, especially during winter and we take them outside when it’s nice weather.
We bought this for our two year old as a means for indoor gross motor development and other play ideas. It assembled easily and is solid, without being too heavy to carry from room to room. Our daughter loves to climb on it, stand on it and use it as a cubby. I would recommend this as an alternative to Pikler climbing frames if, like us, you can't justify the expense. My only suggestion would be to add safety wedges on the corners to prevent the cube potentially tipping while it's being climbed.