Furniture for every area of growth


"They can easily be a part of what’s going on helping out in the kitchen. And even that they can just see–if an adult is doing something in the kitchen, they’ll go up in their tower to watch. It’s given them so many opportunities to be independent and involved."

-Allison @inspired_little_learners

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Explore eating & cooking


"I'm a pediatric sleep consultant, so I help get babies and toddlers to sleep and I love it. For my own daughter, she has loved her bed. It's so fun to see her independence and sleeping well on her own terms."


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For children to be able to problem solve and assess their needs, they need time to practice and materials they might need to be within their reach. We can invite children to hone their physical coordination and decision-making skills while promoting their sense of independence through self-care.

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At Sprout, we believe that children, if given the opportunity to satisfy their curiosity, will generally develop at the pace and in the way right for them. We work hard to provide resources for creating spaces that cultivate a love of reading and writing in children.

explore literacy


When children are given ample and appropriate opportunities to play independently, they create connections in their minds and bodies, improving spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, and gross motor skills. We value and design pieces to facilitate play & work.

explore play & work


Sustainably designed and manufactured in Provo, Utah


We get insights from parents like you to design resources tailored to your needs


Super strong and durable, our pieces join the family for good

Explore schools of thought


"The education of even a small child does not aim at preparing him for school, but for life."

-Maria Montessori

A method that puts the child at the center of the learning, Montessori focuses on providing a prepared environment for the developmental phase a child is in and giving them freedom to explore.



Waldorf is an experiential way of learning that has a strong emphasis on responsibility, truth, imagination, and using the whole self to acquire knowledge.

“Waldorf education is not a pedagogical system but an art - the art of awakening what is actually there within the human being.”

- Rudolf Steiner