Thursday, December 4, 2014

Wooden Activity Tables for Children's Playrooms

Activity Tables
Activity Tables

When it comes to designing the perfect children’s playroom, I am a big fan of activity tables. They take many different toys and keep them in one, neat place. Kids are naturally attracted to them, which helps cut down on the chaos. Also, most activity table manufacturers are mindful of designing these tables to help facilitate the physical and intellectual development of children, making them a guilt-free play option.

There are many quality activity tables on the market. We currently sell 30 different ones in our store and are always expanding our inventory. My preference is for wooden tables as I feel that they are the best choice when you are looking for a toy that will last. Today, I would like to share four wooden activity tables with you that I happen to think are particularly awesome.

First up is the Kidkraft 2 in 1 Lego and Train Activity Table. I love this table because it helps keep Legos off the floor—if you have ever stepped on one, you know how important that is. However, its benefits go beyond saving your feet some pain. This wooden table is designed so that the Lego side is divided into four spaces, making it easy to prevent arguments when sharing the space. Flip the board over and you have a fun backdrop for the included thirty piece train set. Best of all, there is plenty of storage space underneath the board, allowing you to store the blocks and train set.

Next, I’d like to share the Nilo Wooden Multi-Activity Table. This table is easily the most versatile on the market. Designed to be compatible with multiple toy sets and able to grow with your children, you will certainly get your money’s worth out of this one. The edges of this solid wood table are rounded for safety and the raised border keeps toys where they need to be. Don’t let the simplicity of this table fool you—it is a real powerhouse. 

The Hape Spaghetti Legs Table is a bit different than the previous two tables. This table comes with toys built in, making it even easier to keep organized—just like those you have no doubt seen in the waiting rooms of doctors’ offices. The design of this table leads kids to work on their hand-eye coordination and problem solving skills as they work to move the beads throughout the maze. It is impossible to resist this table—even I can’t resist playing with it. 

Finally, I simply must share with you the Anatex Mini Circle of Fun. This wooden table comes loaded with four different ways to play. Each toy station can be hooked to the others or used separately. And all the items are connected to the table, so there is no worry that things might become lost. It is the perfect way to keep children engaged and focused. 

To learn more about these activity tables or to browse more options, visit AKidPlace.com today.

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