Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2019
I have a 23-month-old who is very interested in what is going on above her head. I have an interest in Montessori techniques and saw that learning towers were popular for toddlers. The plan is to allow my daughter to do standing activities at counter level and eventually assist in the kitchen.

I was able to put this tower together with minimal frustration which is saying a lot. I am not particularly handy and I was able to put it together alone in less than 30 minutes. The tower itself is made of nice wood and it is quite sturdy. My daughter can climb up the step but the back bar prevents her from getting onto the tower alone. The bar requires a child to duck underneath it to reach the top platform. This is beyond the ability of a 23-month-old but it is easy enough to lift her onto the platform. The height is perfect for counter level activities and reaching the kitchen sink for handwashing.

I would recommend this tower. The price is a bit better than other models and it is quite sturdy. It does not fold so I am storing it in a utility room when not in use. The footprint is fairly big, so consider this if you do not have room for storage.
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