The Large Triangular Spacenet is a transparent net that intensely motivates children to climb up high. The feeling of achievement when having climbed to the top is phenomenal. This makes children come back again and again to have more of the bouncy climbing fun. Climbing the bouncy, interdependent meshes of the transparent net is challenging and trains important motor skills such as cross-coordination and balance. These motor skills are fundamental to e.g. sitting still for a longer time. Major muscle groups get used when children climb in the Large Triangular Spacenet: arms push and pull, legs push and the core provides stability. Besides being great climbing fun, the Large Triangular Spacenet trains courage, self-regulation, and consideration of others, skills necessary for children's social-emotional development.