Just Out of Reach is the perfect solution to give your child a stronger sense of independence and to avoid accidents as they try and climb the furniture to reach the light switch. They are really easy to install as you just slip then onto the light switch. Also, the extension rod can separate from the rubber piece that goes on the switch so you child won’t do any harm to the switchboard if they yank on it too hard. The downside is that they some children, like mine, will pull it out and run around the house to play with it. Because the extension rod is removable you could just slip it on the light switch when needed as opposed to leaving it on all the time, which I would especially recommend for younger children. For example, you can put it on at bed time so that your little one can turn off the lights then turn them on again the morning when they wake up.
These light switch extensions come in regular and glow in the dark versions and there are dozens of fun, light, foam pull styles to choose from. My daughter loves our train and princess mirror, but there are sports, animal and other themes as well. Overall this is a great concept and a functional product, but you will need to set realistic boundaries for where and when they are places as well as using it with appropriate age groups. And use common sense when using it in general by keeping the light switch clean before and while it is installed, not allowing children to use it as a toy (by setting appropriate boundaries mentioned earlier) and be cautious as small parts may be a choking hazard for young children.