Our Learning Tower is the perfect addition to your home to help engage your child and encourage hands on interaction and learning. Toddlers are curious and are always eager to help in the kitchen and around the home. The Learning Tower will provide your child with a safe and solid platform to stand on so they can participate in activities such as baking, mixing, preparing food, cleaning up or other hands on situations. They can climb up to wash their hands, help with the dishes or even brush their teeth. The Learning Tower lifts your child up to bench top height and allows them to concentrate on what they are doing with their hands, without having to worry about their balance.
There are so many ways to use and enjoy the Learning Tower as your child grows. It is height adjustable so can be used for many years to come. The Learning Tower also features a removable chalkboard backing panel. So it can be used as a standing drawing board for more playtime fun. Also the panel helps to keep your toddler safe when standing on the platform.
The Learning Tower is lightweight and is easy to move around anywhere it is needed in the home. It is delivered flat packed and is very easy to assemble. Made from Poplar Plywood, the Learning Tower is durable and designed to last for a very long time.
The Learning Tower must be used under adult supervision at all times.
Learning Tower Includes:
- Tower Dimensions: 45cm length x 45cm width x 90cm height
- A to Z Letters
- 0 to 9 Numbers
- 5 Symbols
- Whiteboard Marker
Recommended Ages: 12+ months
- Easy Hex Screw Assembly
EYLF Learning Outcomes:
- Outcome 2 Children express an opinion in matters that affect them
- Outcome 4 Explore theories with immagination, creativity and play
- Outcome 4 Children follow & extend their own interests with enthusiasm
- Outcome 5 Key literacy and numeracy concepts
- Outcome 5 Convey and construct messages with purpose and confidence
- 8 to 12 months Notices difference and shows surprise
- 1 to 2 years Scribbles with pencil or crayon held in fist
- 2 to 3 years Uses a pencil to draw or scribble in circles and lines
- 3 to 5 years Has a longer attention span
- 3 to 5 years Understanding the relationship between numbers and objects