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Montessori Cube Chair

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The unique RAD Montessori-inspired Cube Chair is three chairs-in-one to accommodate your growing infant to toddler. The solid back provides postural support and flips to three different sizes. One one side, the RAD Cube Chair is 5" high, another side is 7" high and when you flip it onto its front, it transforms into an 11" stood to accommodate your growing child. 

Available in Birch EuroPly (or Bamboo) with a handy grip side handle, the Cube Chair can be paired with RAD Toddler Tables for mealtime, play and other activities. It is the perfect first chair for your child to master the art of pulling socks and shoes on by themselves.

Suitable age range: Strong sitters thru 3-years old

Dimensions: 11"(L) x 11"(W) x 11"(H) [Seats come in heights of 5", 7" and 11"]

Materials: Made from 13-ply Sustainable Formaldehyde-free Euro Birch (or Bamboo) 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 assembled. No tools are required.

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Sherry (North Hills, US)
Toddler Montessori chair

Very good quality and shipping was fast!

Robert M. (Los Gatos, US)
Cube chair and table

Very high quality product!

Lee C. (Chicago, US)
Great chair - he loves it!

Our son absolutely loves his chair. Very high quality and looks great with his table. Recommend checking the height instead of just using the age on the chart. If exceptionally tall for their age the chair will be short.

Jocelyn O. (Sunderland, US)

I love this design. I love thee way the chairs tuck under the table, or easily stack on top for sweeping. And I like that there are two heights for the seat.

My 1 year old kept climbing out of his high chair. Now he’s learning how to sit and eat at his very own table. And if he decides to get up he can easily push the table away and move safely away from his food without falling from a few feet up in the air.