While Good Bones host Mina Starsiak Hawk took to Instagram Stories last night to show how she prepares an easy Home Chef meal, she had the most adorable sous-chef helping her out: her two-year-old son Jack. Perched on a learning tower at the kitchen counter, he "dumped" a bunch of ingredients into bowls and containers. Wondering where she got the learning tower that helped Jack lend a hand at the counter? You're not alone; one fan asked about it, and Hawk dropped the details.
Created by the brand Little Partners, the learning tower is designed to stimulate kids' imagination and encourage independence by lifting them to counter-height. The durable wood tower, which can support up to 200 pounds, features a four-sided open frame and two steps. It also has large openings and a roomy platform.
The best part? You can adjust the platform to four different heights, so your kids can use it at kitchen counters, desks, and tables. From cooking and cleaning to arts and crafts, your children will have plenty of opportunities for hands-0n activities thanks to this learning tower. Even better, you can turn the tower into a fun toy by attaching add-on accessories to it, including easels and educational boards.
The learning tower has more than 400 perfect ratings on Amazon. Plus, it's earned an Amazon Choice badge, which is given to well-priced products with high ratings that the e-commerce retailer recommends. Right now, you can get the learning tower on Amazon for $200.
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