MOOV Baby Cube Weaning Chair Table
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The MOOV Baby Cube Weaning Chair / Table from Oskar's Wooden Ark is the loveliest little chair for your wobbly little one right through to your tot. The spot-on design of the cube chair allows better supported seating for a little one who is still a little wobbly on seats but who wants independence of movement.
Sometimes called weaning chairs because they are used in place of high chairs for new sitters and eaters.
The MOOV Baby Cube Weaning Chair can be flipped over as your little one grows to allow for a higher seat - seat heights are 15 cm and 18 cm from the floor. It can also be placed as a table for play or eating, and is the perfect match to the MOOV Baby Little Tot Bot Stool!
- 48 cm cube
- 3,5 kg weight
Made from hardwearing ply. Cubes are shipped flat packed for self-assemly.
Please note that this item is not shipped directly from Oskar's Wooden Ark and therefore can't qualify for free shipping at all or in combination with other products. A flat rate of 15 AUD shipping cost needs to be charged - please select the "MOOV Baby - shipping option" during checkout. All items are shipped flat packed for self-assembly. The only tool required is an Allen key, which we provide along with instructions. A drill is useful for tightening but not necessary. The item is made to order therefore orders can take up to 7-10 working days until they get dispatched. In most of the times your order will be dispatched earlier.
- All materials are natural, and sourced from Australian sustainable forests. The timber may differ in color depending on species and location of the forests. We trust you will embrace the uniqueness of our gorgeous Australian timber.
MOOV Baby began in 2017 and it's range consists of beautifully constructed timber climbing triangles and play equipment specifically designed to nurture gross motor skills in children. MOOV Baby is an entirely Australian business who make quality timber products from all Australian native hardwoods. All products are 100% made in northern NSW by skilled carpenters at the local production facility.
Early Childhood Education based upon the Emmi Pikler approach
The origins of the Pikler triangle climbing frame come from Emmi Pikler, a Hungarian Paediatrician who pioneered theories on child development between the 1930 and 40s. She believed it was important to offer children the opportunities to move naturally according to their inherent ability.