|Number of Pieces||72|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||3 year and up|
|Item Model Number||LP01411|
|Product Dimensions||99.06 x 60.96 x 55.88 cm; 12.7 Kilograms|
Little Partners: The Original Learning Tower (Natural)
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- Sturdy, non-tip structure
- Raises your child to counter top height
- Designed to meet specific needs of young toddlers aged 18 months up to 6 years
- Four–sided railings provide support
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For a child, the world around them is a magical and curious place. They learn by copying Mum and Dad, the ultimate goal being to do it myself; and feel like an active member of the family. The Learning Tower, a sturdy, non-tip structure, welcomes your child to safely participate with parents, care givers and siblings by raising them to counter top height. Product Features: Provides safety and versatility not found with traditional step stools. Carefully designed to meet specific needs of young toddlers 18 months up to 6 years. Constructed from highest quality layered Birch. Carefully finished with durable, non-toxic, lead free finish. Platform height adjusts quickly and easily grows with your child from ages 18 months up to 6 years. Four–sided railings provide support while climbing in and prevents falling when inside the Tower. Wide 38cm x 45.72 cm platform lets your child move about without slipping off a step. Fits flush against kitchen bench for safe access. Cleans easily with a damp cloth. Has been tested to hold up to 227.3kg. Assembled product measures 84cm x 59cm x 97cm. Box measures: 102cm x 54cm x 10cm and weighs 14kg. Winner of numerous awards for innovation and safety including Creative Child Magazine 2007 Toy of the Year.
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It's incredibly sturdy, really useful for kids to see what's going on on kitchen surfaces and to get involved - plus just climbing into it is a challenge at first.
Age 2 was a little too young to be using it as there are large gaps in the structure for kids to get in and out easily. Obviously, you need to supervise them very closely at all times. I also tied a scarf along the back for an extra barrier out of paranoia at first in case she suddenly fell backwards and I couldn't catch her in time, although I'm sure that's not official health and safety advice!
It's been wonderful for doing cooking together, or for her to play with toys or playdough while I prepare dinner next to her. Especially earlier on, it saved her from feeling left out and not being able to see what I was doing.
One downside is that it does make the kitchen worksurfaces more reachable for little hands, so they have to be bare at all times. My child could slide the thing on a laminate floor before the age of 3 and so managed to get to some fruit that way in seconds! But I found putting foam pads on the base made it impossible to move without an adult lifting it.
The final downside is the feet. The thing is ever so safe and sturdy and presumably the feet play a big part in that, but I lost count of how many times we stubbed our toes on it at first. We were using it in a very small kitchen - and I did worry that it'd take too much space, but for the benefits that it has brought of us being able to share activities - after a year of using it - I would highly recommend it. It's become a daily item of furniture in our home.
It is rather big but not as horrible to have in the kitchen as I feared. Just be careful with the feet which you can stumble over. And we plan to add something ourselves to close the whole in the bag before little sister starts using it as you can otherwise fall out when leaning backwards! (read reviews on amazon.com and similar). You can buy an easel for the learning tower which closes the hole but for a strange reason it is sold at 10 times the price here on amazon.uk compared to on amazon.com - more expensive than the tower. So we will probably make something ourselves. But apart from that a great product. So happy I finally found what I was looking for.