1. One reason kids don't gather around a table and play is because adult furniture isn't comfortable. Big chairs put improper pressure on little legs and offering the wrong back support. Offer a childrens table and chair set and watch kids gather for games, coloring and crafts.
2. The shape of things to come: if you're tight for space, opt for a square or rectangular childrens table and chair set. If you can afford the space, oval tables soften a room's appearance and avoid pointy corners.
3. Kids have boundless creativity, and a natural gift for trashing a room. A childrens table and chair set with integrated drawers and shelves provides helpful storage for crayons, paper and scissors.
4. Childrens activity tables inspire fun and coax kids away from the TV. Sports and game themes encourage hours of friendly fun, and art tables include spools of craft paper so there's literally no end to the creativity.
5. Daycare table and chair sets are designed to provide plenty of activity area when you need it, and to store efficiently when you want more floor space. Chairs are light enough that even little cubs can help stack them together and tuck them under the table.
6. Outdoor kid-sized picnic tables are more comfortable for kids, which means better table manners. Children enjoy having their own space, and Aunt Myrtle who hates kids in the first place will appreciate the distance. Add a sun umbrella to protect pristine skin.
7. You won't find a lot of taupe here. Childrens table and chair sets come in cheerful, enticing colors from bright white to blues, pinks, reds and greens. Theme sets are dazzling and inventive. Kids aren't into beige, so much.
8. We carry childrens table and chair sets from only the most trusted manufacturers. Guidecraft, Levels of Discovery and KidKraft are names you can really put your weight on.
10. Childrens table and chair sets made of wood and hard laminates are easier to clean and maintain. Choose satin finish over gloss because it helps hide dings and scratches. When little Billy tests out that pocket knife he got from Uncle Ned, wood is also easier to patch.