What began as temporary learning spaces for your child has transitioned to permanence in many states. Creating a separate learning environment for your family will allow you to simplify and streamline school work at home – making it easier for your children to learn, and you to keep it all organized. Our line of age-appropriate desk, chairs, supplies, and more will help create a sound and productive environment.
Fill Up The School Supply List
The desk and drawers at home are different from the ones at school. With the right supplies and stock, the classroom can be created similarly in your home. Keep essential writing tools and paper readily available to prevent depletion in common office materials that your kids need. The right notebooks, pens, pencils, crayons and other school utensils help replicate a reliable classroom environment.Shop Now >>
A Dedicated Learning Space For Your Child
1. Choose The Right Activity Desk
Dining room or kitchen tables may not be the correct height for your children, and can impact their ability to pay attention. Make sure you have the right height and size for working surfaces so you children can easily learn and play. Check out our student desks, science tables, activity tables, and more to properly motivate educational lessons and creative interests.
2. Use A Chair Fit For Learning
Students need to be comfortable. Traditional classroom chairs include a chair and desk combo for a classic choice, while mesh back chairs or fabric upholstered chairs provide secure swiveling for more mobility.
3. Add A Creative Space For Specialty Projects
Use a bulletin board, a chalkboard, or even a mini whiteboard for special projects, a task to-do list, or remind them to eat. Carve out a separate area so they can use the boards to plan and create in their own space.
Order in the Classroom
Basing the classroom environment around a clean and adaptable schedule requires storage that students can use easily without assistance. Rotating desk organizers hold a variety of writing tools and color coded totes and bins will help identifying supplies for specialty projects.Shop Now >>
Create A Fun Preschool Zone
Children's bookcases and displays, lockers, and cubbies can keep educational toys readily available – and their use will go beyond the home classroom. Stack educational toys in one area, and designate shelves for drawings, homework assignments, and more.