kids study desk

children’s furniture that supports learning

Remember the days of sitting in class waiting eagerly for the bell to ring before the teacher said that dreaded word…“homework”? Sighs, rolling eyes and grunts quickly filled the quiet classroom at the mention of “that” word. Well, not much has changed today. No student jump for joy when the word homework is mentioned. Today we know it was necessary and that learning was not for nothing. So that your children can also learn healthy and ergonomically, moll has developed furniture that can be individually adapted to the requirements of each child. You will see, at the children’s desks of moll learning and doing homework is even fun….

After you finish your homework.”

You have probably heard your mom or dad say these words. It might seem like all the good stuff has to wait until your homework is done. And today? You say the same annoying words to your children’s, right? But there’s a good reason why adults make a big deal out of homework. Homework helps you learn. And getting a good education can help you build the kind of future life that you want.

Although we cannot take the homework off our children, we can support them in learning. First, you need a quiet place without clutter and confusion. Writing on top of potato chip crumbs while talking on the phone is not going to help you finish your history lesson. Setting up a good learning space involves more than just picking the right furniture. Children need movement to build knowledge and create experience. A well- designed study area encourages movement, thus forming the basis for healthy learning.  The children’s desks from moll offer space and help to learn in a structured way. The giant drawer for the moll Champion, moll Winner or moll Bandit creates additional storage space for everything that everyday school life entails without restricting legroom. For a lot of storage space over the entire table width.

Tip: The overall climate of the toom crucially contributes to healthy learning. The desk should be positioned at the window in such a way that the child isn’t constantly distracted by visual stimuli and looking outside. the room should provide options for relaxation as well as movement.

Fidgeting makes kids smarter

The younger a child is, the less time he can sit still. The fidgeting that teachers and parents once frowned upon is now considered desirable. Healthy restlessness while sitting is a natural, usually unconscious movement behavior that supports children’s physical, mental and psychological development. And sitting still for too long is harmful. Good chairs support fidgeting while preventing the child from falling over. For healthy learning and fun while doing the homework the moll Maximo and moll Scooter are the best learning partners.

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