Mommy Katie: Homeschooling Help with Study ’N Play Desk & Chair

Friday, September 1, 2017

Homeschooling Help with Study ’N Play Desk & Chair

When it comes to the back to school season, we find that there are a variety of needs when it comes to the supplies and tools needed to get through the year with. Like for kids who are going to preschool vs grade school and even more so for kids who are homeschooled. And like many who homeschool, when it comes to Heather and her family, as they prepare for the back to school season, they find that they need not just the basic supplies that they use for getting assignments done, but also classroom supplies as well. So when we were sent the Study ’N Play Desk & Chair from American Plastics to review, I knew that it would be very handy for Heather and her family to have on hand as they embark on another year of homeschooling in their home! You can read Heather's review below.


First off, I must say that this desk is perfect for having on hand for preschoolers. This little desk is great for my son Aiden who is 4. He uses this little desk daily to color, play games, and even have a snack at. I like that it was really simple to put together and that we did not need any tools since it all snaps together in just a few minutes. There are several little compartments and pockets to store books, crayons, coloring pages, and pens in. The little stool is the perfect height for the desk and also for using it as a step stool in the kitchen or bathroom to reach the sink, or help out on the counter making things. This is great to keep things in one place and makes it easy for little ones to find what they want when they need it. Which in all, I find that the Study ’N Play Desk & Chair is great for anyone with a young child that loves to color, do arts and crafts, or for school work. 




Product received, thank you to American Plastics as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.

1 comments:

Maryann D. said...

This Study ’N Play Desk & Chair is adorable. It looks well made and my daughter would have loved this when she was young and always doing art work.
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