Moms love it when our kids are happy, and that’s especially true when we’re trying to focus on cooking dinner. An easy way to keep a smile on their face is to involve them in the kitchen, and the Montessori-style learning tower is a great way to incorporate your kiddos and keep them safe. We’ve rounded up a handful of DIY learning towers (or kitchen helpers, as some people call them) that enable your kids to get in on the cooking action.
Star Toddler Learning Tower DIY
Kids’ kitchen helper, or Montessori Stool, brings toddlers up to counter height, allowing them to safely join in the fun of helping with dinner or crafts. Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
DIY Learning Tower For Toddlers
This design from Thistle Bee is completely custom-built for the kitchen and based on their toddler’s current height and the height of the kitchen counters. They wanted the learning tower to easily store underneath the overhang of the kitchen countertop so that they can store it away when not in use. Get the tutorial from Thistle Bee.
DIY Learning Tower – Ikea Bekvam & Odvar Hack
In this DIY learning tower tutorial, we will show you how to make a Montessori toddler stool for under £30. Get your little one involved in the kitchen safely! Get the tutorial from Oh Hi DIY.
Toddler Learning Tower Stool
When all else fails, there’s an Ikea hack somewhere on Pinterest. One of my favourite things about Ikea is the ability to hack it and make it something completely new. Get the tutorial from Happy Grey Lucky.
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