Provides safety and versatility not found with traditional step stools.
Only step stool on the market carefully designed to meet the specific needs of young toddlers 18 mos. +.
Constructed from highest-quality layered birch.
Platform height adjusts quickly and easily to grow with your child from 18 months up to 6 years.
Four-sided railings provide support while your child climbs in and prevents falling when inside the Tower.
Wide 15" X 18" platform lets your child move about without slipping off a step.
Fits flush against counters for safe access.
Carefully finished with durable, non-toxic, lead-free finish.
Meets safety standards for ASTM (F96-30) and Home Playground Equipment (F11-48-98C).
Has been tested to hold up to 500 lb.
Cleans easily with a damp cloth.
For children, the world is a magical and curious place. They learn by mirroring Mommy and Daddy with the ultimate goal of being able "to do it myself" and feel like an active member of the family. That's why Little Partners has created the Learning Tower.
The Learning Tower has been carefully designed to provide a secure environment for a child's imagination to be stimulated and blossom. Its design nurtures a child's innate desire to be independent, and to participate alongside his or her parents and siblings.
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Posted by Rebecca Alcorn on 5th Nov 2014
It's hard to be in the kitchen with a one year old that constantly wants to be held. The Learning Tower solved that problem for us. Give my daughter a wooden spoon or whisk and an aluminum bowl or the counter and she's happy as a lark to be up at our level stirring or banging her cooking instruments. The Learning Tower is allowing me to spend time in the kitchen to cook meals during the week and to prep on the weekend. We're looking forward to all the fun that we can have with this tool in the future.
It's a sinch to put together, even though we did need to watch a video on how to put the platform in. The instructions are included, we just didn't turn the page to see them... whoops!
We are looking forward to purchasing the chalkboard and puppet show in the future for our girl to have even more fun with!
Posted by N.C. on 22nd Apr 2014
We got this when the squid was 19 months and now she's nearly 2.
Dishes used to be something I'd have to get done while the squid was distracted with something else or napping (oh, and how I hate wasting those minutes of peace on housework!). With the Tower, dishwashing has become an activity I do with her. I keep the plastic spoons, cups and a muffin tin on her side of the sink while I take care of the breakable stuff.
For cooking, she stands in it and "helps" me put the cut veggies in a bowl (sometimes helping herself to raw veggies--which she never shows an interest in when they're merely served to her.
She also loves that she can climb in and out of it herself.
We just got out the popcorn-stand/puppet-show cover, took out the base, and we haven't been able to get her out of it. She wants to "play popcorn" as often as possible.
Another thing I love about this is the sturdy base. Yes, I've cracked a toe once or twice on the base pieces, but it's worth it. The squid is a serious "rocker" and has turned her highchair into a device of destruction, but not the Tower.
Posted by Bonnie on 14th Jan 2014
So far we love the Learning tower! My 16 month old loves to be apart of the process and this is a great way to include him in the kitchen. He's not a fan of the high chair but gets excited when he's in the Learning Tower. Best money I've spent on him so far!!! Thank you!
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