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Steps / Rocking Boat

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This versatile activity unit is part rocking boat and part climbing chairs, depending on which side is flipped up. Little crawlers will love the boat flipped with the stair sides up that they'll crawl up and down, forward and sideways until they can do it with their eyes closed, as they get older and more steady on their feet. This is a great training ground for bigger, bolder steps. 

When your toddler starts socializing, there's nothing more fun that rocking back and forth with siblings or friends. The RAD rocker teaches children teamwork as they learn to leverage their weight and swaying motions to gain momentum to get the boat to rock. 

From balancing to socializing and working as a team, this unassuming rocker stair combo will teach your little one skills that will translate to other areas of their lives, promoting success in play as a precursor for the rest of their life's adventure -- as they enjoy learning how to rock, climb, balance and crawl.  A versatile companion to your child's creative play, it provides a perfect frame for a blanket house, making it the perfect quiet or secluded play space. Enjoy how your child's imagination finds ways to integrate their RAD rocker. 

Suitable age range: 9-months to 5-years old

Dimensions: 46"(L) x 24"(W) x 11"(H)

Weight limit: 200-lbs.

Materials: Made from 13-ply Sustainable Formaldehyde-free Euro Birch which is both durable and attractive. Sealed with a Zero VOC UV cured finish. Designed for indoor and outdoor use, however, prolonged exposure to moisture and UV rays is not recommended.

Assembly: This product ships unassembled. Although assembly with an electric screwdriver is preferable, you may tighten screws into predrilled holes with a hand-held Phillips screwdriver.

Use of Product: Although our products are crafted to encourage exploration and free-form play, please never leave your child unattended to avoid injury.

bled. The dowel and steps need to be placed into holes using a rubber mallet or similar tool.  Electric Screwdriver with bit is preferable but not necessary to drive provided Philips screws into predrilled holes. 

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