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Best Children's Climbing Frames

Updated on September 6, 2014

Choosing The Best Climbing Frame For Your Kids

If you want to develop your children's strength, agility and sense of adventure, then there's no better way other than getting them their very own climbing frame.

Climbing frames are basically playground sets you can have in the backyard. They have many different features to them and come in various designs.

Choose a climbing frame that's right for you, your space and your children and watch as they grow physically as well as mentally.

Climbing frames are a great way to encourage exercise and physical activity.

Featured Climbing Frame - Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center - Easy Outdoor Space Dome Climber - Best Rated Climbing Frame You Can Buy

Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center (Primary Colors)
Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center (Primary Colors)

Most popular this is featured because it is one of the few that come in the primary colors which gives you another teaching opportunity while you are on the playground getting exercise and playing on the climbing frame.


Benefits of Climbing Frames

Climbing Frames Are Easy To Set Up

Instead of spending hours on the couch all day playing videos games and watching TV, your children should be out enjoying the fresh air and stimulating not only their minds, but also their bodies.

With the epidemic of childhood obesity plaguing our society, parents know that they should do more to encourage exercise from their children.

As taking small children to a gym or signing up for Gymboree classes doesn't always fit into a parent's already hectic schedule, investing in a good, strong climbing frame is the next best thing.

These playground sets can be easily set up in your back yard or wherever you have yard space. They're built with the most durable materials to ensure safety and security of your children.

Don’t be surprised if only after a few short weeks, your children are more physically fit and active, stronger as well as limber and you now have a harder time of getting them in the house than you did trying to get them out. Climbing Frames can encourage that and more.

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Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center, Earthtone
Lifetime Geometric Dome Climber Play Center, Earthtone

geometric shapes, counting bars, climb and pull, climb over the top or the walls to the ceiling inside. The best playtime you can get in a climbing frame outdoor jungle gym. In earth colors to compliment any landscape.


Different Types of Climbing Frame

Wood, metal and plastic are the common materials used in a climbing frame. Climbing frames are so strong that multiple children can be on them at the same time. They’re just like the playground equipment they have in schools and public parks but on a smaller scale.

Features of climbing frames can include the any of the following and combinations thereof: swings, slides, climbing nets, gym rings, monkey bars, swing hangers, climbing ropes, rock climbing wall, sliding pole, see saws, ladders and trapeze bar.

With so many different activities, children can easily workout and exercise their entire bodies without even thinking about it. All they’ll have in mind is playing and having fun, but that’s OK as long as their achieving both at the same time.

Climbing frames can also have extras such as sand boxes, clubhouses, tunnels and games incorporated into their structures. In addition to them running wild, they can also let their imaginations run wild.

Children can create obstacles courses, pretend to be pirates on a ship or adventurers in a jungle. There are just so many activities they can do on a single climbing frame. Children can literally spend hours at a time, going through and playing with each and every feature over and over again.

It’s one investment that will yield many positive results. Get your children a climbing frame today and see the changes that occur, not only in their daily activities, but in their lives as well.

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Which Is Your Favorite Climbing Frame? - Have you purchased these Climbing Frame?

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      5 years ago

      Our friends have one of those geometric dome type frames and all the kids love it. When they're done with climbing, it becomes either a spaceship, or a jail.

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      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      If I put one of these in the family room my youngest would stay off the computer (I should talk!)

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      6 years ago

      There's a Climbing Frame at the playground my kids go to. Until my son got a little older, it used to scare the bejezees out of me every time he played on it. I was so scared, but the funny thing is, he never once got hurt while playing on it.


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