45 most beautiful pictures of children using a learning tower
We know that your small children are incredibly curious. Why not encourage this curiosity and the drive to discover their surroundings with the use of a learning tower?
Picture 1: Spending time together in a productive way
The learning tower is an ideal tool for every curious little mind who likes to see what mum’s holding in her hand’ what is inside the pan? It also solves one dilemma in the kitchen – how to encourage your child’s development and gain new stimulating experience in a safe way.
Happy parents write that the tower is beautiful, and their little girl is over the moon :-)
How can I help mum? Well, of course, I can use the tower! Don’t you think it is easier to cook with such amazing cute little helpers?
Picture 5: No need to worry about your child falling out of the Tower
The kitchen helper tower is a solid piece of furniture and it is very stable. Every learning tower has a pair of chocks at the back, they secure the tower from toppling and prevent the child from falling out.
Your little one does not have to concentrate on trying to stay steady. They can relax and play. And you in turn, no longer have to worry about the chair toppling and your child injuring themselves.
Picture 7: Boy makes meal
As your child gets older and becomes steadier on their little feet, you may remove the safety catches.
Picture 8: Cooking together with your child
How did you start the day, today? The family pictured had received their step stool tower and started to use it immediately. Here they are using it just like their mum thought they would be.
Picture 9: Washing up – what an experience!
The tower can serve many purposes, not only for play and fun activities but also for developing skills. Many general activities are entirely new to them, which makes it so much fun.
Picture 10: The learning tower is safe and stable
The tower is very stable. It consists of three solid sides and a safety bar to the back of the tower which prevents the smaller children from falling out. All this is designed to ensure that your child will not topple the tower (unlike the normal kitchen chair), nor can they misstep and fall.
Picture 11: Just look at those little eyes
One of the mums contacted us, saying that the tower is one of the best things ever purchased for their little daughter. It fitted into their household very quickly and is used daily. They have been using the tower since their daughter was 14 months old and are likely to use it for many more months to come.
Picture 12: Flour play
Do you have two little ones? We can offer a double learning tower designed for twins or siblings.
Look who’s impatient. :-)
Picture 17: He’s excited!
Carrying a child, who could be around 10 kg, in your arms or in a baby carrier every day for extended periods, could be somewhat tiring. With the tower, you no longer need to do this.
No more balancing your child in your arms and cook, using just the one hand. Once your child is in the learning tower, they are near you and they can play.
Picture 18: An amazing and helpful tool for your kitchen
This is a perfect tower for the development of your child. Instead of constantly carrying your child, let them use the tower. Now, you have the use of both hands (not to mention you are protecting your back), and you can cook freely whilst your little one observes you from a higher level.
Picture 19+20: Brushing your teeth in a learning tower
The tower is a great helper, enabling your child to develop many different skills – washing their hands, brushing teeth, role-playing, fruit picking in the garden or even helping to decorate the Christmas tree :-).
Picture 21: Simply great buy
One mum contacted us to say that the father was not too pleased to hear that she has purchased yet another ‘mod con’. Later, however, he admitted that it is a truly wonderful item.
They started using it when their son was one year old. He is now five, and they are still using it, regularly baking together.
Picture 22: Montessori Principles inspired
When designing the Tukataka kitchen tower, we took inspiration from the Montessori-inspired principles, where the child develops both their fine and gross motor skills.
They will also learn to name the vegetables, spices or other kitchen aids and ingredients. The tower follows the Montessori principle, that a child must be free to explore and follow their own natural impulses which their surroundings provide.
The learning tower is a superb help whilst you are cooking. When your child can reach the work surface, they might be able to help their mums with stirring, washing the fruit and vegetables, washing up or organising and tidying – all these activities will help with your child’s development.
And you don’t have to carry your child all the time. :-)
Picture 24: We have baked Christmas cookies
There is something special about baking Christmas cookies with your children.
Picture 25: We’ve baked brownies
The tower is a superb tool whilst cooking. When the little one can reach the work surface, they can help their mum with stirring, organising, washing up, washing the fruits and veg. All are stimulating and fun activities which help with their development.
Picture 26: Beautiful childhood memories thanks to the learning tower
Thanks to the tower, children are able to engage in activities they may not have been able to do otherwise. These activities could leave them with lots of beautiful childhood memories – such as stroking a horse (under the supervision of an adult of course).
Picture 27: A little chef is making their own hot chocolate
Christmas Tree decorating could be much more fun if your children are no longer restricted to the lower branches.
Picture 29: A budding little chef
Simply too cute.
Picture 30+31: The greatest happiness is that of a child
Just look at how happy the children are using the tower. :-)
This picture was sent to us by a happy mum, who simply wanted to share how her little one helps her with the cooking. The tower pictured here is our standard model in white finish.
Picture 32: Impatient :)
When do we cook? :)
Picture 33: At last! They can reach the kitchen worktop
The Tukataka learning tower is simply great! Your little one is always nearby; they can help you cook and develop their skills. One happy mum informed us that they have had the tower since her toddler was 11 months old and they have been using it for over thirty months now.
Picture 34: When the cooking is done...
When you are not cooking or baking there are other activities your little one can do while using the learning tower.
Our express tower has an abacus and a magnetic chalkboard attached to the sides providing your child with more activities to develop their illustrating and mathematical skills
Picture 35: Always nearby
One of the great things about the Tukataka learning tower is that your child will always remain nearby so that you can monitor them quite easily. No more crawling here, there and everywhere. You no longer need to worry about what they might be up to.
Picture 36: Tukataka learning tower will grow with your child
Children grow up so fast, which is why we came up with the idea of adjusting the height of the tower. The step has three height settings which enable you to adjust it according to your child’s age or height. Thanks to this feature, you do not need to purchase multiple towers as the height adjustment extends their life.
Picture 37: Enough room to move around
Your child will not feel as if they have no room within the tower space :) They can easily turn, or even gently swirl around. The design enables the option to move around.
Standing on the tower is great fun for children, even if you are not cooking at the time. They love spending time in the tower, seeing what is going on, playing and trying out new things.
Picture 40: Checking out the outside world :-)
Another new activity for the inquisitive little mind - standing by the window and watching the world go by. There are many new things they can see - a street, people, cars, etc. This new experience can bring a new different kind of stimulation.
Picture 41: Your child is nearby learning new skills
Isn’t she adorable?
Picture 42+43: The joy of a child is the most beautiful kind
Playing in the sink with little balls. Dad says that the kitchen was almost flooded but seeing the stars in his child’s eyes was totally worth it! Who knew that the distance between the tower and the kitchen sink could be so close....
Picture 44: Washing up time
Mum and Dad wrote to us that they love the tower and their little girl adores it too :-)
Picture 45: Thank you for reading
This little one says a big thank you :)
Don’t hesitate, order your learning tower today!
Don’t hesitate, order your Tukataka learning tower. The most popular is our standard model with the safety bars - suitable for one child. Check it out: