I bought this toddler kitchen step stool for my 16 month old daughter.
I wanted to start teaching my daughter how to help out in the kitchen during meal times and thought this would be a great item to have for other sensory activities. These kitchen step stools started popping up all over on my Instagram and I knew we needed one. Some of the toddler kitchen step stools came with a 300 dollar price tag, which was out of my budget. I decided to do some research and found this one!
The set up was quite simple.
The package came with the individual parts labeled and included the needed tools to assemble. The set up took about fifteen minutes, so within minutes, we were ready to go! It took a few tries to get the motions of climbing up the stairs and into the cubby, but my daughter quickly figured it out.
We bake a lot in our house.
French macarons, pizza, chocolate chip cookies, banana bread and cinnamon rolls are some of our favorites. The first thing that I chose to bake with my daughter were chocolate chip cookies and she had a blast! I got mini chocolate chips for her (she ended up eating a handful lol) but they were the perfect size for her to work and play with. She was a great helper in the kitchen! I can’t wait for her to help me make many other family recipes.
Pros of the SDADI Kids Kitchen Step Stool
- The baby kitchen step stool is very sturdy.
- It has grips on each step to prevent children from sliding.
- The entire thing was very easy to assemble. It came with instructions and tools.
- Back support is secure so that children cannot fall back and injure themselves.
- Great for snack time at the kitchen island.
- Helpful for teaching your showing your kids around in the kitchen.
- Great for sensory activities. I usually let my little one color in her coloring book up here.
- Good price for the quality and beautiful craftsmanship. The coating is non-toxic and lead free.
- Can also be used in your bathroom to teach your kids how to brush their teeth.
- Comes in other colors: natural, espresso, gray or white.
Cons of the SDADI Kids Kitchen Step Stool
- It doesn’t have hinges connected to the safety rail to open and close at the top, but my daughter figured out how to get in and out after a few tries very easily.
- It does not fold, so it does take up a bit of space around the house.
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Overall, I highly recommend it.
Here are some other great alternatives depending on your budget! I love toys that will be used for a long time, and believe that this one will stay in your home for good!
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