Toddlers like to play, that’s a sure thing. Thanks to this collection, all potential customers will have a great opportunity to get to know a very wide range of choice of toddler activity tables with storage functions. See them yourself and make the final decision, after considering all the options.
Cool table for fun 3-4-year-old kids. It's made of laminated fibreboard with a natural wood finish. It has wide A-shaped legs, a reversible play board and a storage space under. It's equipped with a 30-piece wooden train and 200 plastic Lego blocks.
This extensive and very impressive table playground is a great place to entertain your child. The queue with numerous elements, large drawer which can accommodate numerous trinkets and robust design perfect for children.
15" Extracurricular Play Table (Grey) | The Land of Nod $379 with paper roller and three sets of legs 47.75"Wx27"Dx15"H
The perfect thing to do with my 1000 empty tubs when About A Boy moves back to the shop.
round table with storage, land of nod can use the ana white plans for a basic square table and just add the storage below
Here, these parents pushed together a few low end tables to create a play space for their daughter and hide large bins of toys below.
DIY water table! large plastic storage tub turned over... cut hole for smaller plastic tub (with lip so it stays up)... water and toys! perfect height for a 1 year old.
Sensory table. This one has plastic storage bins that you could close with lids. I also like re-used stainless sinks for these- which already have a drain- but the lid is trickier.
This table was created for kids. It features a smart design and it has got two stools that provide additional level of comfort. It features a quite large surface for work and having fun. The side of this table has got many storage shelves for toys and different items.
Have to have it. Classic Playtime Double Sided Activity Table with Optional Chairs - Espresso - $169.98 @hayneedle
Thrifty Travel Mama | Ikea Hack: Lego Duplo Building Table with Storage Made From Ikea Expedit Shelving
We LOVE our chalkboard-painted table top. After we doodle with chalk, I give G a paintbrush and some water. He can "magically" erase the drawings!
Wooden Activity Table with 45-Piece Train Set & Storage Bin- Aubrie loves the train table @ the library, so maybe we need one @ home.
Imaginarium LEGO Activity Table with 2 Storage Ottomans - Natural - Toys R Us - Toys "R" Us
Under Bed Storage Box Water Table - we used to do this for our little girl with sand when she was little
Mason Activity Table with storage bins. Also comes in a larger size. I spy a pretty grey house with a lot of shelves for storing toys or trinkets.
Lots of good organising ideas here. Especially like the sensory table and the play dough toys organisation.
Ice Skating Sensory Bin - Storage bin filled with water and frozen to create an ice skating rink. We put this on the light panel but you do not need to do this. It would also be fun just on his own. Little Christmas Tree Magna tiles to create an
$7 Ikea Lack End Table, $2 Ikea Bygel Rail, three $1 Ikea Bygel Containers, and a roll of drawing paper attached with a Dowl Rod and two hooks
Lovely Cute Adorable And Fabulous Kids Playroom Decoration Idea with Sweet Pink Splashing Color
various containers (with different style lids) filled with colored sand, pouring devices, other containers
Kidcraft 2-in-1 activity table LEGO®-compatible board with building blocks on first side inspires creativity. Train set on second side allows your little conductor to take his imagination for a ride. Sturdy wood construction ensures long-lasting use. Con
Finally JUST a sand table with no water & a lid! Step 2 Naturally Playful Sand Table.
Almost bought an $80 water table but made this instead with two storage milk crates and an under the bed storage bin...happy boy :)
Storage Options for the Ultimate DIY PVC Play Table - Store it under the couch or bed. Fold it up to put it away, take it with you or even out to the back yard. From Lalymom
TODDLER TIME ACTIVITY: POPSICLE STICK PUZZLES = it is easiest to tape the popsicle sticks to the table with masking tape to keep them together, then glue pictures on with Elmers glue, and let dry. Cut between the sticks with an x-acto knife. Pictures of f