Get students practicing their climbing skills with this unique, fun structure! Constructed with rotationally molded plastic, this durable climber will last through years of play. This climber not only promotes fitness, but also features Aztec symbols that can be utilized in cultural lessons.
Two Structures in One
This is an extremely versatile structure, made to challenge students in a variety of ways. With a corkscrew design and horizontal panel placement, children are challenged to not only climb vertically, but also horizontally/laterally. Lateral climbing skills employ different muscles and build a different set of skills than simple vertical climbers, while also providing a larger play surface that allows more children to use them at once. The two corkscrew walls are connected in the middle with a climbing wall that students can climb up and over, or traverse over to the other corkscrew panel. Assembly and installation required.
The Aztec climber offers physical challenges and introduces young explorers to the world of the Aztec language. The plastic panels are adorned with Aztec symbols representing 9 of the 20 days of the Aztec calendar, along with “Snake” and “King Axayacatl,” which are common parts of Aztec mythology and history. It combines play with learning to stimulate young students both physically and mentally.