The Triclimb Biri Play Board Expand your play possibilities with the Biri board. A stainless steel easel if you like, wipeable and magnetic making it perfect for wipeable marker pens and chalks but also anything magnetic that will stick. When laid on the floor it also makes a play tray which is great for small word contained play spaces. Biri is a board that attaches to your Triclimb securely at the desired angle with a stainless steel surface. Markers or chalks can be used to make works of art that can be easily wiped away allowing children to get creative over and over again. Magnetic toys and blocks stick to the steel surface so children can incorporate these into their creations or make clever ball runs.
Biri also makes a wonderful play tray when laid on the floor upside down. Biri attaches to your Triclimb without the need for tools but an adult is required to attach it. Made from sustainable wood and European steel. The steel surface will scratch and mark over time but this does not affect its usage. Please do not use permanent markers on the surface, only wipeable pens and chalk should be used. Biri is not for climbing
Attaches to Triclimb
Brushed steel play and drawing surface
What our testers said
“I’m going to spell my name using the magnets.” – Girl aged 5
“That is a square.” (Recognising shapes using magnets) – Boy aged 4
What our experts think
The Biri magnetic board makes a lovely addition to the Triclimb frame as it provides a creative and calming activity that children can engage in alongside their active play.
The brightly coloured magnets encourage children to experiment with numbers, helping them to develop their language and numeracy skills as well as their hand-eye coordination. The board also allows them to draw their own pictures with dry markers which provides a great outlet for their creativity. Our testers liked that it fitted easily onto the Triclimb, however it was also an advantage that it could be used by itself as this meant that while some of the children wanted to continue to climb on the Triclimb, others could play with the Biri separately.
Children enjoyed counting using the board and also had fun identifying the different magnet shapes. This is great for helping them to develop cognitive skills in an active way, as they move themselves (and the magnets) around the board.
– Encourages colour, shape and number recognition
– Promotes creativity
– Improves hand-eye coordination