Item # MW6143

Climbing Ladder

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Product Description

The Ladder That Moves While You Climb

Kids love climbing up, down and back up again for a challenging and fun workout! As the ladder moves and kids climb, they’re learning motor planning, strengthening their grip (a precursor to good handwriting skills) and vestibular orientation (learning where they are in space). For extra security, spotter can stand on the 2’ tails to keep the ladder in place.

  • Helps kids build confidence, core strength and balancing skills
  • Supports sensory processing, body awareness and motor planning
  • Use with or without our stability tails
  • Made by Fun and Function
  • Age 4+
Getting Started

Suspend from ceiling. Includes two carabiners. Use with adult supervison. 

Use with adult supervision.

Helps With

Coordination, Sensory Seeking


  • Holds up to 150 lbs. 
  • 82”H x 19”W
  • Secure PVC ladder rungs are spaced 1’ apart
  • For safety, maintain a minimum clearance of 6 feet around the perimeter of the swing.
  • Extend protective floor matting 6 feet from the perimeter of equipment.


Swings, suspension products and hardware has been tested by an independent and accredited third-party lab and meets or exceeds government safety standards for physical and mechanical hazards, lead, load bearing and weight capacity.

Additional Accessories


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