IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The learning tower is not a restraining device nor an alternative to a high chair. Parents MUST supervise their children at all times while on the tower. If a child misuses the tower or places their weight on one side balancing over the edge, it CAN topple over and cause serious injury. Children might also have access to stovetops and dangerous kitchen tools like sharp knives. We advise parents to do their research and make sure this design is a good fit for their family.
A learning tower is a safe, secure platform (within its intended use) designed specifically to raise a child to bench height so they may better engage with the world around them. It is designed not only to help mothers be hands free when cooking or preparing meals in the kitchen, but to give the child the opportunity to see what is going on around them and assist their caregivers in daily kitchen tasks.
Unlike our desk learning tower models, this model does not turn into a desk and chair but has three steps that are adjustable based on your child’s height.
Please scroll through the pictures above to see the product’s dimensions. The three steps’ distance from the floor are as follows:
- Highest Setting: 53 cm
- Middle Setting: 37 cm
- Lowest Setting: 22 cm
The recommended age for starting to use the learning tower is 12-18 months old, depending on the child’s ability to stand unsupported. Parents’ supervision is always needed. Even though the tower gives the caregiver the opportunity to move around, it is not an alternative to a high chair. This model can be used until 6-7 years. The maximum weight limit is 45 kgs.
Type of Wood:
Beech Pine Wood