Sunday, September 27, 2015

Lego Play Centers and Tables for Kids

LEGO play tables
LEGO Education Three Seat Playtable

Lego Play Tables for Kids are Great Gifts!

LEGO play tables and centers are fairly common now, but the first time I ever saw a Lego play table was in my doctor's waiting room many years ago. He had a small square table with a mesh pocket full of Lego blocks that my son loved playing with.

After that, I never had trouble with my son when it was time to go to the doctor, as long as he got to play with the table and LEGOs. He loved the table, which gave him a place to build the cars, trucks, and buildings in his imagination.

I never had the money to purchase one of those tables for him, and would not have known where to find one, if I did have. Fortunately, the price is more reasonable, now.

These days, almost anything anyone could want is available through the Internet. That makes shopping easier, too. Now you don't have to get in the car and drive an hour or more to the area toy store:

You can buy unusual toys such as Lego tables for kids online. There are several styles, such as the LEGO Education Three Seat Playtable pictured above, and there are Lego compatible tables for children made by other companies, too!

Warning: Supervise Young Children!
LEGOs should only be used
with supervision around young children!

These play tables are great for homeschool families for learning activities. The one at the right has a huge bin in the middle in which to store the building blocks, with a cover that provides a smooth surface for card games or coloring book pages.

Lego Play Center and Tables
Tot Tutors Round Plastic
Construction Table and Chairs

The bright primary colors of most of the tables available through this lens fit well with almost any kid's or family room. Most have two to four chairs, giving room for more than one child to play at a time.

It should be pointed out, though, that those with round seats are easier for children to fall out of, so you would need to instruct children to sit appropriately.

If it became a problem, you could do what some schools do in computer labs for small children--remove the chairs and let them stand up.

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