Bestselling Kids' Desk & Chair Sets in 2020
Tot Tutors TC715 Primary Collection Kids Wood Table & 4 Chair Set, Natural/Primary
VIVO Height Adjustable Children's Desk and Chair Set, Grey
- Ergonomically designed and height adjustable to avoid unhealthy slouching
- Desk and chair have solid steel frames for support
- 1" desk tilt stoppers prevent hands from being pinched
- Large organized pull out drawer for storing coloring utensils, books, papers, etc.
- Entire desk and chair height adjusting system that grows with your child
Ameriwood Home Hazel Kid's Table and Chairs Set, Espresso
- Ameriwood Home Hazel Kid's Table and Chairs Set gives your children the perfect place to write, draw or read on
- Set includes a table and 2 slat-back chairs, perfect for toddlers ages 3 and up
- This table and chair set meets or exceeds all CPSIA Testing Standards
- Simple assembly is required - several pieces come partially assembled. Table dimensions: 18.1"h x 23.6"w x 18.9"d. Chair dimensions: 20.6"h x 11"w x 11.8"d. Shipping weight is approximately 22.66 lbs
- The espresso painted MDF gives this set a traditional style for your child's bedroom or playroom
Kids Table and Chairs Set - Toddler Activity Chair Best for Toddlers Lego, Reading, Train, Art Play-Room (4 Childrens Seats with 1 Tables Sets) Little Kid Children Furniture Accessories - Plastic Desk
WALLNIURE Kid’s Room Décor Square Activity Table and 4 Chairs Wood White
Tot Tutors Kids Plastic Table and 4 Chairs Set, Vibrant Colors
- Child-sized table and chair set from Tot Tutors; includes square table and 4 chairs
- Table crafted in easy-to-clean yellow plastic; plastic chairs in 4 different bright fun colors
- Great for children ages 3 and up with 10-inch seat height; for child's room or playhouse use
- 20-by-20-by-17-inch table; chairs measure 12 inches wide by 11 inches deep with a 18-inch overall height
- For ages 3+ years
IKEA Children's Kids Table & 2 Chairs Set Furniture (1)
- Child-sized table and chair set from IKEA ; includes rectangular table and 2 chairs
- Table measures 24 3/4 inches wide by 18 7/8 inches deep by 17 3/4 inches high; 11-by-11-inch chairs stand 11 inches high
- Product Materials:Main parts: Fiberboard, Acrylic paint, Solid softwood Top rail/ Seat frame: Solid softwood Table top/ Seat: Fiberboard, Foil, Acrylic paint
Height Adjustable Multifunctional Children's Study Desk Table Chair Set with Drawer for Kids
Delta Children Kids Chair Set & Table (2 Chairs Included), Disney Minnie Mouse
- What's included: Set includes one table and two chairs. Table features safety locking mechanism for extra protection
- Age range: Recommended for toddlers and kids ages 3+ | each chair holds up to 50 lbs.
- For the Minnie mouse fan: This kids table and chair Set features colorful graphics of Minnie mouse and Daisy duck
- Durable Construction: made of engineered wood and solid wood | scratch-resistant finish protects the table's colorful graphics | easy assembly
- Size: assembled dimensions: 23.5"L x 23.5"W x 16.75"H | we put your child's safety first: meets or exceeds all safety standards set by the cpsc
Delta Children Kids Chair Set and Table (2 Chairs Included), Disney Frozen
- WHAT'S INCLUDED: Set includes one table and two chairs | Table features handy toy keep in the center for easy storage
- AGE RANGE: Recommended for toddlers and kids ages 3+ | Each chair holds up to 50 lbs.
- FOR THE FROZEN FAN: This kids table and chair set features colorful graphics of Anna and Elsa
- SIZE: Assembled dimensions: 24"L x 24"W x 17.72"H | WE PUT YOUR CHILD'S SAFETY FIRST: Meets or exceeds all safety standards set by the CPSC
- DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Made of engineered wood and solid wood | Scratch-resistant finish protects the table's colorful graphics | Easy assembly
Kidkraft Ro+C154Und Storage Table & 2 Chair Set - Natural & White
- Made of Composite wood materials
- Smart, sturdy construction
- Packaged with detailed, step-by-step assembly instructions
Lipper International 554WN Child's Chalkboard Desk and Chair, 2-Piece Set, Walnut Finish
- Perfect for eager little students to spend their day writing out their ABCs and 123s on the chalkboard desktop - Fun and practical!
- Lift up for a generous storage space for erasers, chalk and other treasures
- Made from a durable combination of beech, pine, and medium density-fibreboard (MDF) with a beautiful walnut finish complements any decor
- Includes: 1 desk with chalkboard desktop and 1 chair with a pecan finish, hardware for assembly - NOTE: Accessories shown in image not included
- Dimensions: Desk (W x D x H): 25" x 18 3/4" x 22"; Chair (W x D x H): 11 3/8" x 13" x 23 5/8" (each); Chair floor to seat: 13 1/4"
- Child's desk with chalkboard top and chair from Lipper International; for toddlers through early elementary school age
- Crafted in durable beech wood with non-toxic walnut finish
- Flip-up chalkboard design for access to desk's storage compartment; recessed hold prevents smashed fingertips
- Clean with a soft damp cloth and mild soap; some assembly required
- Desk measures 25-1/2-inch wide by 16-inch deep by 26-inch high; 11-3/4-inch by 13-inch by 23-1/2-inch chair
OxGord PLTC-01 Kids Plastic Table and Chairs Set (4 Chairs and 1 Table)
- DIMENSIONS: The table measures 20x20x17 Inches. The chairs measure 12x11x18 Inches.
- EFFICIENT STORAGE: You can either stack the chairs and table on top of each other, or quickly disassemble the set for easy storage.
- DIFFERENT COLORS: The chairs are orange, green, blue and purple. The table is yellow.
- AGES 3 & UP: Perfect for classrooms, playrooms, daycares, and schools. Can also be used as a little desk for your little learner.
- STURDY PLASTIC: A lightweight and durable design; easy to transport but strong enough to with stand the wear and tear of children.
Beware of the Uncensored Kids Table
Trying and failing to instill dinner time manners to young children.
The eating holiday is upon us. Thanksgiving always comes with a special amount of anxiety for me. Not because I fear all the coming holiday food temptation, but because we eat dinner at my parent's house. I'm intimidated by my parent's generation; the baby boomers are a mass of manners and bless-your-heart religion. They are SO proper. This is a problem because me and my siblings have SMALL children and we never know what will come out of their mouths. Insisting that our children, all under the age of 6 years old, have 1950s manners is like teaching gorillas to put on eye-liner.
Just last year we heard:
"My green beans taste like feet!"
"Eww! She just ate her boogers!"
"He is rubbing cranberry sauce in the carpet."
"The stuffing comes from the turkey's butt."
"It smells like old people in here."
The grown ups over at the adult table just pretend they don't hear the commentary coming from the kids table. We all just smile and keep talking about politics and 401ks, but we all notice the pointed glances between the grandparents.
How do we stop this? We tried punishing them, but that involved either me or my husband getting up from the table so often that neither one of us ate the coveted deliciousness that is Thanksgiving dinner.
It's not like we haven't tried teaching them manners. We work everyday on please and thank you and teaching them to have a filter for their words such as, "bathroom words stay in the bathroom." However, it seems like little people do not understand what comes out of their mouth is not dinner table appropriate.They don't "get" manners.
Thanksgiving always makes me think about what is age appropriate for children and what isn't. Perhaps I'm holding my kids to an aging standard. I wonder if there is a major disconnect between my parents expectations and mine. Is it really too much to expect children, under the age of 6 years old, to sit still in their seats for an hour and have polite dinner conversation? Or, is it more appropriate to understand that they will sit still for maybe 10 minutes, not eat anything they can't recognize, and then run from their table to play hide-n-sneak?
Are my expectations out of whack? Should I insist that my children behave like small adults? Or should I work through their kid phase with grace and patience?