How to choose a children’s desk?
Want to help your child do well at school? Start by choosing the right desk, so that he can do his homework in good conditions.
In order for your child to do his homework well, it is important to choose suitable and ergonomic children’s desk. Here’s how.
To make schoolchildren want to do their homework when they get home, buying them a desk that makes them want to work is essential. Once seated at their child’s desk, they will feel like grown-ups! Here’s what to make sure of when buying and choosing a children’s desk. Plus, after printing out a timetable and learning how to make a pencil holder, your child can put them on their new kid’s desk!
Criteria for choosing a children’s desk
Desk height: incorrect height can force the child to elevate the shoulders and forearm position, which is bad for the back and especially the trapezius. This is an important point to check when choosing a children’s desk.
The height of the chair: if the child’s legs are hanging from the chair, he will not have stability while sitting. Conversely, if the feet are flat on the ground, they provide the necessary comfort for concentration.
The surface of the workspace: if the surface of the desk is too small, it can cause problems in the fingers and the palm of the writing hand. So be careful when choosing a children’s desk.
How to choose a children’s desk
To choose the right size children’s desk, here are some tips to follow:
- The child should be seated with the hips, knees, and ankles at an angle of approximately 90 degrees.
- Some children will need a cushion so that their pelvis does not go forward and thus encourage a more upright sitting position.
Did you take care to check these items before purchasing the furniture and choosing your child’s desk?