A learning tower is a stand that you can use in the kitchen. It is a stable step stool designed for kids 18 months-6 years to comfortably and safely reach the counter. This allows little ones to help with food preparation in the kitchen, wash their hands, and maybe even clean some dishes (wishful thinking?).
Unfortunately David rarely shares "my vision", especially when "my vision" barely fits in the back of our SUV, let alone our kitchen. So when I found one secondhand, I made a
After rescuing this tower from a nice family, we made a few modifications. And David got onboard with this little idea. With the addition of a wheel, a few towel racks, some red velvet, and an easel--we have a souped up Learning Tower that has already provided hours of fun before ever entering the kitchen. In addition to its "step stool" use, check out 7 more ways to get the most out of a Learning Tower. Do you have any other innovative ways for using your Learning Tower?
We added a playground wheel and drilled a hole to mount it.
|Remove the standing platform and add two towel bars + red velvet fabric to make a removable curtain.|
|The artsy options are endless with this easel attachment available from Little Partners. Animal magnets from Melissa and Doug.|