Encourage creativity and better study habits by giving your child a table of their own. When their study table is comfortable enough and has features that they like, they are likely to use it regularly.
An interior designer, Emilie Baltorinic, suggested designing a fun workspace but still functional for a favorite child so that it gave them space for themselves to concentrate on learning.
Age and activity are important factors that must be considered when choosing a table. You will choose layers that are easy to clean, as well as sizes and styles that are quite comfortable to use now, but will also increase over time.
Measure your room
A larger work surface will make it easier for children to spread their tasks. However, it requires more space, so be sure to take into account the space needed to move the chair. There must be around two and a half to three feet of space behind the table.
Also consider placement. Does your child want a table near the window for natural light or for electrical outlets for lights, computers and more?
Make sure the table fits your child
They concentrate well if they can feel comfortable, so the child’s size plays an important role in choosing a table for learning.
Children may exceed several tables, so it’s better to consider how long your family needs a special table before deciding how many tables to prepare.
Fun and Functional
Tables can be both fun and functional. Then you can match the table with other furniture in the room, let your child help you choose something that looks different, because you give them a sense of belonging.
The table also needs something practical. They will get many uses, especially if some children use them, so it’s best to look for sturdy construction with quality materials, such as wood. On a wooden table, make sure the drawers should not be sticky, the shelves should not be shaken, and the surface must also be non-toxic and easy to clean