About this item
- Makes working in the kitchen a lot more inclusive
- Features a special counter for your kids to stand, observe & help out!
- Adjust the height of the platform to 4 different levels to accommodate your growing child
The Little Partners learning tower gives your kids a secure place to observe and participate with parents at the same level. You can conveniently pull it up to a counter or table so your kiddo can join in any activity. This step stool has a 15" x 18" platform with 4-sided railings that allow your little one to move around freely in a protected space. The platform can easily be adjusted to 4 different levels to grow with your child. It's made of sturdy and lightweight birch with a non-toxic white finish. This kids' learning tower can hold up to 500 lbs. Some assembly required. Ages 18 months and up.
Dimensions (Overall): 38.0 inches (H) x 32.0 inches (W) x 23.0 inches (L)
Weight: 35.0 pounds
Assembly Details: Adult assembly required
Awards: 2007 Media Award, IParenting
CPSC Choking Hazard Warnings: Choking_hazard_small_parts
Educational Focus: Large motor skills
Children have a special place to observe, participate and create alongside parents at standard countertop height with the Learning Tower
The 15x18" platform adjusts to 4 different levels, changing and growing with the child
Features high-quality layered Birch, with a nontoxic, lead-free finish that cleans easily with a damp cloth
Stable, versatile design configurable as a puppet theater, doll house or fort
Item Number (DPCI): 204-12-0609
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overall: 5 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
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Little Partners Learning Tower- Mother's Helper!
5 out of 5 stars
Happy Grandma — 2 years ago
I bought this for my grand daughter who is turning two. She and her mom love it! While mommy cooks dinner, her daughter is safe and happy cooking with her toy pots and pans at the kitchen counter. It is sturdy, will not tip , and gives the child freedom to stand and play at the counter with grownups...see moreof the reviewer's review