What age is a toddler tower good for?

Little girl in a toddler tower at the kitchen counter

A toddler tower, also known as a learning tower or kitchen helper tower, is typically designed for children between the ages of 18 months to around 4 or 5 years old. This age range is when children are developing their independence and curiosity, and a toddler tower can provide them with a safe and supportive space to engage in various activities, especially in the kitchen.

A toddler tower is often used to help children participate in cooking and other household tasks alongside their parents or caregivers. It allows them to reach countertops and sinks safely, observe and assist with food preparation, and learn through hands-on experiences. The toddler tower can offer a great way for children to interact with the world around them in a more independent manner.

However, as with any child-related product, it's important to consider the individual child's development, size, and level of coordination. Always prioritize safety and supervision, and make sure the toddler tower is appropriate for your child's age and abilities.

Toddler boy in toddler tower baking

Not sure which toddler tower is best for your family? Let us help by emailing our team at customercare@strolleria.com.

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