Heard ‘Mummy, Daddy, I want to see!’ or ‘Let me try too’ lately? Children just love to take part in any household activity that is happening. Whether it’s washing dishes, making muffins, doing the laundry or unloading groceries, my daughter is almost always underfoot asking to help in some way. I encourage her but it can be a little frustrating for us both when things are too high or dangerous for a simple step stool.
That’s where The Learning Tower can help out. It’s designed to make it easy for a child from 18 months onward to ‘observe, participate and create.’ With four adjustable levels, little ones can be at benchtop height and learn while watching. As the child grows, the observing can turn into helping and then, with the optional add-ons of an art easel and playhouse kit, The Learning Tower can facilitate play creativity.
Made from wood, it is sturdy, durable and most of all safe. Available in black, natural or white, go to Metro Mum to purchase. The Learning Tower is $299 and the art easel is $145 plus shipping.