Educational Focus: Shapes and colors, creative thinking, large motor skills
Activity Surface: Chalk
Item Number (DPCI): 086-00-0261
The KidKraft Chalkboard Art Table with Stools will be the creative center of any playroom. A roll of art paper mounts under the table, feeds through a slot and fastens to the table top for a secure work surface. A trio of sealable spill-proof paint cups keep paint fresh and where it belongs, and a mesh storage compartment holds supplies so little artists can keep their workspace clean. A chalkboard coating covers the entire tabletop for a sleek look that kids and parents love. Two bright, kid-sized stools are included with this set.
This is a cute table. It was really easy to put together and felt sturdy. It was a little too small for my 3 of my 4 kids to play on at once. I don't have anything to complain about , it just didn't work for us & our needs.
I got this table for my 5 and 3 year old. They both love it. I love that it can be either a chalk table or they can draw on paper. I like the storage bag, my girls keep extra art supplies in it. Just the right size for them to sit on the stools and both have enough leg space.
I would recommend it 100%. Beautiful and practical art table
5 out of 5 stars
Cesar the defender of human kind - 9 months ago
originally posted on kidkraft.com
I love the practicality of this art table. It is also very compact. My little guy loves to draw, paint, do all kinds of things on this table and he is only 2 years old. It is very colorful and he gets to use paper and the chalkboard to let his imagination fly. I love this as a parent because it provides my little one with a safe place to express his emotions and he can also play with toys.
We bought this table for our son's playroom and they love it. What's not to love? My son's get to paint or color on the white paper that comes with the table. They get to draw on top of the table with chalk. There's netting storage on the side of the table, which is where we put our chalk for easy access. I love the color scheme of the whole set. There's really nothing I would change about this table. It's exactly what we were looking for.