Even grandmothers love the Learning Tower!

The folks at Little Partners sent my mom a Learning Tower to check out.

Grandkids on the Learning Tower #review

Here’s what she had to say:

Several of my friends have young grandchildren that they love to share baking with. When I told them about my new hot red Learning Tower, they all wanted to try it out!

Now that the Holidays are rapidly approaching and grandchildren are visiting I am sharing my tower with my friends so they can see what a great addition it can be to their home.

Whether it baking cookies or fixing snacks or dinner shared moments are priceless.

Now the Learning Tower has been lent to another friend who wants to create an indoor play fort with her grandson. Watch for new pictures as the learning tower gets to visit different homes.



The Number One Kitchen Step Stool for Toddlers
Little Partners Learning Tower:

The Adjustable Height Kids Step Stool w/Safety Rail
– Made from a Solid Wood Construction
– Perfect For Your Little Helper in the Kitchen

100% Satisfaction Always Guaranteed

Some of my favorite things personally about the Learning Tower is how sturdy it is! Multiple children can stand on it and work in the kitchen. Heck, I can stand on it! It’s solid wood construction so it’s not going anywhere. Plus, it comes in a ton of fabulous colors. Then there are the accessories! The art easel is sure to be a hit (I need to tell my mom about that) and there are two different playhouse sets too! Not to mention the super cute toy tower!

If you’re thinking about getting a Learning Tower for Christmas, I promise it won’t take you hours to put together! Make sure you get an art easel too so Santa can leave a message for your little one. Use the special Learning Tower code “maven” to save $20. Plus Free Shipping!

About Kerri Jablonski

Kerri Jablonski AKA The Maven lives in Seattle,WA with her 3 kids (2008, 2010, 2013), husband, cats and backyard chickens. Two of her children have special needs. Kerri enjoys cooking, travel, movies and spending time with her family.

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