Multi-purpose activity climber for hours of playtime fun
Can be used indoors and outdoors
Features a water basin and a ball shoot
Helps build motor skills and strength
Dimensions (Overall): 35.75 inches (L) x 53.25 inches (W) x 38.25 inches (H)
Material: Plastic (Frame)
Suggested Age: 1.5-4 Years
Holds up to: 43.0 pounds
Item Number (DPCI): 204-12-0662
Watch your kids enjoy this Step2 Play Ball Fun Climber for hours in your living room or back yard. This toddler slide and ball play set is made of a durable plastic and is a nice size for indoor or outdoor use. It's perfect for kids just learning to climb to help increase motor skills and strength. They can safely climb up the wide stairs, drop balls into the ball shoot and slide down all on their own. Fill up the water basin and make a splash. Kids' slides are fun for a nice age range, so you can entertain them all simultaneously with this awesome climber. Ages 2 and up.
We actually bought this for my son a year ago thinking we could surprise him Christmas morning and have it set up. There were no screw holes, and definitely hard directions! I'm glad my husband is a mechanic and owns a tons of tools!! This would never be done by myself.
I’m a single mom, and I was able to build this thing by myself with some power tools. The wood block is definitely not required, as some reviewers said. However, I could not have put the thing together without a power drill. There are no designated holes for the base, so you have to get the screws through some pretty solid plastic. My one and a half year-old daughter loves this thing, and it’s turned into a great way to wear her out when it’s raining (I keep it indoors). It came with the balls too, so that was a nice surprise.
The item is awesome! The only reason I gave it four stars is because the very first instruction for putting it together was just not possible - using a four-inch wood block and a hammer could not work to put the first pieces into position. You had to use your heel and some body weight. It was such a ridiculous step solved with a foot - literally.