60'' Circular Activity Table ECR4kids Tabletop Finish: Maple, Leg Finish: Green, Leg Type: Standard Leg with Ball Glide
The adjustable activity table provides a versatile and fun space for kids to work or play. The double-sided laminate tabletop is easy to clean and sanitize between science experiments and snack time, and it features rounded edges for safety. Accommodate growing children. Upper table legs are powder coated tubular steel and lower legs are chrome plated. Adjustable activity tables have achieved GREENGUARD Gold certified for low chemical emissions into indoor air durintable activity tables have achieved GREENGUARD Gold certified for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage. They are also CPSIA-compliant for safety. With a concentration on the Pre K-12 sector. ECR4kids Tabletop Finish: Maple, Leg Finish: Green, Leg Type: Standard Leg with Ball Glide… read more
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