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ELC Wooden Activity Workbench Walker

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  • Lovely design
  • Too low for walker
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      03.03.2014 12:55


      • "Lovely design"


      • "Too low for walker"

      Great wooden toy/walker for sitting to walking baby

      This is a lovely wooden workbench from the Early Learning Centre which doubles up as a walker for a baby/toddler. My son was given this at 11 months old and immediately loved it (as did my 2 year old daughter!). It is a nice looking toy, bright and colourful and robust with lots of interesting features. A sitting up baby can use it as an activity station, turning the cogs on the size and putting the shaped pieces of wood through the appropriate holes in the other side. Just putting things in and out of the main section occupied my son for quite a while. Once crawling, it can be pushed along easily and it is just the right height for learning to pull up to standing on. My son is not yet walking so hasn't used as an actual walker but it seems pretty stable and should do him well once he is at that stage. The nails can be slotted into holes on the top which seemed to fascinate my one year old and the cogs on the side are easy to turn even at his age. This is a well-made, quality walker and seems very robust. Although it doesn't have the lights and sounds of a plastic type walker, it is just as entertaining and much nicer to have around the house.

      I thought I would add an update to this review now that my son is 20 months old. Although he loved this toy at first, he was never really interested in using it as a walking aid. I think this was because the handle was a bit too low for him and it went a little too fast so rather than help to steady him, it looked like he was chasing to keep up with it. I would still highly recommend it as a toy but wouldn't suggest buying it as a walker.


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