One of the biggest problems with purchasing furniture for kids is how quickly they outgrow pieces like small beds, chairs and activity tables. With this in mind, The Land of Nod created the Extracurricular Play Table, which sits low to the ground like a coffee table to provide storage space to stash toys.
Once a child has outgrown this formation, the Extracurricular Play Table can be reconfigured with the additional set of legs that is included, turning it into a handy homework desk.
On the side of the table is one of the best features of all, a roll of paper, which makes it easy for kids of all ages to grab a sheet and jot down a doodle or an inspiring idea.
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The 'Extracurricular Play Table' Doubles as a Desk and Coffee Table
- By: Laura McQuarrieOct 15, 2015