Turn your child into a household helper! The High Rise Step-Up allows children to access counters and sinks so they can help out around the house.
Constructed of birch plywood with a natural luster finish, this sturdy step stool is designed for the rigors or pre-school and daycare use. Features hand holds to assist in climbing up and down, side panels and textured, non-slip stair treads.
Washable clear lacquer finish.
High Rise Step-Up Specifications:
- Dimensions: 21" W x17" D x 32" H
- The bottom step is 7.25" high and the second step is 13.75" high
- Weight: 18 lbs
- Assembly Required
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Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
- This high rise step is fabulous. At about 2 and a half my son started a unit at daycare about kitchen utensils. He became excited about the increase in his vocabulary and curious about cooking. To enhance his small motor skills and to spend some quality time together I started to do small kitchen projects with him, like making guacamole or mixing the pancake batter or using an apple corer. But he was kneeling on a kitchen chair -- and all it took was one close fall and I realized I needed a better solution. The High Rise Step Up gives him enough stability through it's non-slip padding on the steps. He can also hang onto the handrails for support, so I don't have to worry about him falling. The height of the step makes him around chest level to our kitchen counter so now, at 3, he can comfortably chop cilantro with a butter knife for salsa. The step is also very easy to clean and doesn't take up as much space as the other step up stools that have a bar around the entire step that serves as a safety enclosure.
- This year, we had a really small 3 year old at our school, and she just couldn't reach with the typical step stool, so we needed something taller. The High Rise Step-Up was easy to assemble and has worked well in the classroom. It's very stable and yet easily moved.
- Our daycare center bought 1 to test it before investing any more money. We were looking for something safe, not super expensive and that would last to heavy duty usage for a long time. We used the first one at the water fountain. It worked great. Three months later, we bought four more (2 for the girls restroom and 2 for the boys) so the children could wash their hands after each restroom use. They too are standing up great, still looks like new except for the blue step grippers. We have an average daily attendance of 80, ages 1-5.
- I personally found that this step was VERY easy to put together and used nothing but what was provided by manufacturer. Nevertheless the stool is very stable. I've had it for over a year and the only problem was that some of the plywood eventually "peeled off" one of the corners. Nothing that couldn't have been fixed with a drop of glue if needed.