Named after Finn McCool, Northern Ireland’s most famous giant, the Finn is our largest activity frame. It’s a great follow-on from the Wee’Un for kids who enjoy a more challenging climb or love making dens!

Inspired by the philosophies of the Hungarian paediatrician Emmi Pikler, the Finn is designed to help children further develop their gross motor skills.

The Finn provides a more challenging climbing experience because the rungs arch away from your child’s body, meaning they must balance their weight on all four limbs – unlike triangle frames which allow them to lean their body against the rungs. It’s fantastic for spatial awareness, balance and muscle development and adapts with your child from babyhood to preschool and beyond.

Rosie says: “Finn can be used as an aid for learning to sit, crawl, stand, cruise and climb. Due to its incredible size, it is perfect for making dens or as our son calls it, his ‘igloo’! It’s large enough underneath even for parents to escape into as well, and when everyone is away to bed, it folds away in seconds.”

Made from sustainable birch plywood, the Finn features our signature chunky rungs which are easy for small hands to grip and gentle on little feet for extended climbtime.

Finn is designed to be completely self-supporting so even if mischievous little hands remove the retaining knobs, it won’t collapse. It’s available in natural, rainbow, pastel and monochrome and slots effortlessly into any interior.

For every Finn sold, Sawdust and Rainbows will plant a tree through our partnership with Just One Tree.

  • Hand finished by a small family business in rural Northern Ireland
  • Easy foldable for storage
  • Suitable for outdoor use (but please don’t leave me outside)
  • Suitable from birth to 50kg
  • CE, UKCA, ASTM, CCPSA and ISO Tested
  • Made from Birch plywood and engineered redwood dowels sourced from FSC\PEFC-certified suppliers
  • 128cm x 76cm x 62cm high
  • We make our own colours so sometimes they do vary batch to batch
  • Arrives unassembled
  • To be used under direct adult supervision