Do you have a toddler who loves to climb?
Would you like to encourage your toddler to climb, play, and have fun whether or not he or she can get outside to do so?
Are you looking for a great indoor play structure for toddlers to use in your home?
If so, you’re in luck! We’ve got a collection of five of the best indoor climbing structures for toddlers listed below, just waiting for you to discover them. Your toddler is sure to love playing on any or all of these fun toys, and since they’re all high-quality and low-cost, you should have no trouble finding one that works great for your little one and doesn’t break the bank, either.
These toys are all designed to be small enough to use indoors and safe for kids to play on when they’re used on just about any type of flooring, too. You and your toddler will enjoy hours of fun playtime without having to go outside at all, which is especially great when the weather turns bad!
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With the Viciviya Kids Play Tent with Tunnel and Ball Pit, your toddler can crawl through a tube tunnel that connects a tent and a ball pit. He or she can enjoy all sorts of play varieties when crawling through and playing in the pieces that come with this exciting set of toys. This playset is easy to set up in no time and gives your kids a thrilling indoor playtime experience.
Put together an incredible indoor play experience with the Kids 6pc Play Tent and Tunnel Toy Jungle! This exciting crawling toy combination features four tube tunnels and two tents that can be arranged in any combination you or your toddler may choose for maximum fun and enjoyment. It’s a great way to improve motor skills while giving your little one something to explore on a rainy day.
With the Playz 4pc Pop Up Children Play Tent, your little one will be able to crawl through two separate tunnel pieces and enjoy playing in one of two tents as well! This sturdy play tent setup comes with all four pieces and is easy to set up and enjoy in no time. It’s made of soft fabric and features lots of mesh to make it safe for your child to play in and very breathable, too.
Encourage your little pirates to have swashbuckling backyard adventures with the ECR4Kids Indoor/Outdoor Buccaneer Boat with Pirate Flag Play Structure. This fun toy is made of thick, sturdy plastic that will stay in place easily in any playroom. It features a climbing ladder, a lookout tower, and plenty of places to crawl and explore as well.
Your toddler will love crawling and climbing on the ECR4Kids Indoor/Outdoor Peek-A-Boo Caterpillar Climbing Play Structure for Kids! This cute and friendly caterpillar is made of durable plastic and features lots of peepholes for your little one to look out of when he or she crawls through the long tunnel. You can even use this vivid toy to teach colors and numbers!
With any of the products listed above, your toddler will be able to enjoy playing inside for hour s on end without any cause for concern. Of course, you’ll still want to supervise your kids playing on these toys, since there is a risk for falling involved with any type of climber. However, these are generally very safe and great options for your toddlers to play on when they’re not able to get out of the house and enjoy the backyard.
But many parents tend to have the same concern about using products like these in the home: what about the floors? How can you protect your flooring when you use a toy like this inside? Of course, if you use the toy on carpets (and you should, if it’s possible), you won’t have to worry so much about the climber scratching your floors. You may still want to put down a tarp or some other protective barrier just in case there are any spills or potty accidents, however.
If you’re using these toys on hardwood floors or tile flooring, you may want to go a little further and pick up something like a few pieces of playground rubber to use underneath them. This will protect your kids better if they happen to fall off the climber, and it will also help protect your floors at the same time. You can manage to do more or less the same thing by putting down a piece of plastic sheeting or even a thin fabric sheet underneath the toy, but be careful you don’t end up using something that will make it slide around and become unsafe for your kids to play on.