"Help me to do it by myself!" - these famous words by Maria Montessori. Luula Table will give the child independent opportunities to work, With a blackboard and sandbox designed for Pre- and Primary Schoolers can be easily transformed into a table for learning or just playing. The table will give the child independent opportunities to work, helping to maintain a certain order and cleanliness in the living space:
- to be creative and independently plan an activity - to draw and write using different types of stationery and colors;
- learn in an attractive way, inventing and involving new, innovative elements of play in learning;
- to develop spatial thinking - to work with kinetic or ordinary sand, plasticine, or small toys in a table tank;
- the edges of the table provide a sense of personal space and security, reduce stress, and encourage creativity;
- when the game is interrupted, the table can be locked to resume later.
Material and safety. The table is made of 15 mm thick natural and very durable birch plywood, which ensures durability and safety throughout its use. The surface of the material is covered with a transparent laminate coating in opal white color, which fully preserves the natural pattern of the wood and gently reflects daylight. The surface is very smooth, warm, and pleasant to the touch, at the same time making material hard to avoid ugly scratches, abrasions, or stained ink stains. The edges are treated with natural, slightly darker natural oil, thus easily marking the vintage style in the interior.
With grandmother or dad, with friends, or independently - immersing in an exciting, creative illusion and adventure world!
Dimension of a table:
Overall height: 70 cm (27,5 in)
Surface height (min/ max): 45 / 63 cm (17,5 / 25 in)
Table top: 90 x 50 cm (35,5 x 20 in)
Product weight : 22 kg
All Luula's products meet the following standards: http://eurlex.europa.eu/legalcontent/EN/TXT/uri=CELEX:32009L0048&locale=en
The product is compliant with the European Union Harmonized Standards for Safety that are internationally accepted (Directive 2009/48 / EC)