Help make kitchen time safe with The Learning Tower step stool from Little Partners, Inc. This beautifully crafted, natural wood step stool has a stable base that won’t tip over when your little one climbs in or stands on the step stool. Four sturdy side supports help prevent falls. The adjustable height platform adjusts easily to suit any child’s height or activity. Recommended for children ages 18 months-6 years and tested to hold up to 500 pounds and can accommodate 2 children at one time!”
Winner of four national awards including Dr. Toy’s Best 10 Active Toys, The Learning Tower can also be used as a desk, a fort, or a puppet theater and complements any home decor. Its stable, no-tip design wipes clean easily and fits flush against average countertops. Suggested retail price is $169.95. The Learning Tower also received 2007 awards for iParenting Media Outstanding Products Awards, Mr. Dad Father’s Day Seal of Approval and NAPPA (National Parenting Publications Awards).
In addition to its primary purpose as a step-up, The Learning Tower can easily be converted into a magically fun playhouse with The Playhouse Kit. This adorable accessory set includes an easily-attachable roof, red curtains, and four theme signs to create a puppet theatre, doll house, drive-thru, and lemonade stand. From helping in the kitchen to putting on a show, children’s imaginations are sparked with The Learning Tower and The Playhouse Kit.
Click here to bid on the two The Learning Tower Combination Kits and other great packages we are auctioning off. The bid for each starts at $40 and the auction ends in 3 days. Combination kits are valued at $189.95 each.
This year’s project, A Month of Auctions, benefits the Newman Breastfeeding Clinic & Institute (NBCI) at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, run by world renowned breastfeeding advocate and pediatrician Dr. Jack Newman. The primary function of the NBCI is to assist breastfeeding mothers and their babies with breastfeeding challenges. It also provides clinical training for pediatric residents, medical students, nurses, and candidates for those who intend to become International Board Certified Lactation Consultants. As the NBCI no longer receives funding from the Canadian government, it is in danger of closing, having already reduced its hours. Even though the center is in Canada, their work and website is an amazing resource to all nursing mothers and those who wish to help them.