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Grippy surface makes this great for bathroom and outdoors. Available at IKEA.
Higher than the step stool with grip. Foldable so it's easy to store or pack for a trip.
Two steps up to the bathroom sink or any other harder to reach place.
A great stool for children who are steady on their feet, typically 4 years and up.
Handles for a little added stability.
Another option with handles for stability.
This stool is foldable. You can attach this safety net if you prefer a fully enclosed space.
A climb-up enclosed step stool for toddlers helping in the kitchen.
Smooth-edged table designed for children ages12 months to three years. Also, check the Michael Olaf Company.
IKEA has several chair and table options for children.
Four chairs for large families or meals with friends. Other colors available.
Toddler chair with 5-inch high seat that fits with Child's First Table. Also, check the Michael Olaf Company.
A tip-resistant table for children ages three to eight.
Pieces that can be adapted for use as tables, chairs, stools, or shelves.
Children's table and chairs to match your home aesthetic.
Offering furniture that fits your child is a way to show respect.
Check out some of the other fabric choices on this one, too.
Incorporating children's furniture into the home sends the message that this is a child's space, too.
Some children like cozy bean bag chairs.
Some children like to rock themselves.
Here's an option for outdoor children's furniture.
Child-sized aprons for cooking and baking projects.
The smaller ones are great for little hands - and no slip!
Child-sized cutting board for snack and meal prep.
An excellent first knife for snack preparation and meal prep.
Another great choice for a child-friendly knife.
For a myriad of cooking and baking projects.
A great starter set for fruit and veggie preparation.
Easily removable lid + a container to catch the goodies.
For serving food and building fine motor skills.
Child-sized for practice with pouring.
You can keep this in the fridge with water, milk, or juice.
Trays are for SO many things. Check Goodwill, Target, and IKEA for more trays.
Used to clean table spills in Montessori classrooms.
Another key part of the cleaning station.
For table/counter spills. Some classrooms designate a separate sponge for floor spills.
You can use a "spill bucket" and towel to soak up water. Then wring the towel and wipe more.
As long as it's hanging on a hook, it gets a chance to dry! Children love to mop.
Washcloths/mops for small and medium spills, but have a big towel for the really big ones.
I cannot confirm size on this, but children love to dust. You can also check For Small Hands.
Caddies can work well with a soapy spray bottle and a sponge and cloth.
Soap and water, soap and vinegar, whatever it is, children love to spray!
Child-sized tools shouldn't be limited to inside of the house. Children love to help.
For helping children operate light switches independently.
For helping children reach the water to wash hands.
For turning the water on and off independently.
For easy towel access around the home.
For the entryway, the cleaning station, hanging aprons, etc.
Lower for hands that cannot reach the soap in the shower.
Makes soap easier to hold for little hands.
To keep next to the sink to wipe toothpaste. Or for a different sensorial experience in the tub.