Make learning fun and engaging with the Classic Playtime Junior Easel - Vanilla! Whether your kids are using it for learning purposes or playtime, they're sure to stay engaged with the multiple boards. A chalkboard on one side and a dry-erase board on the other, plus a paper roll, are all perfect for keeping kids' imaginations active. The wood frame features a vanilla finish and a large tray to keep supplies organized. The paper roll holder accommodates a 75-foot, 18-inch-wide roll. This easel folds easily for storage and is ideal for children age 2 to 5 years old.
Playtime doesn't require batteries or a screen, and providing kids with a place to grow and learn doesn't require sacrificing your home's integrity. Classic Playtime is devoted to the idea that, given constructive ways to explore their world and themselves, children blossom in their own gardens. Our furniture is designed to be simple, unique, and functional in both kids' and adults' spaces. You'll find stylish and practical places for art, activities, reading, writing, building, and somewhere to keep it all during downtime.
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your purchase, call us at 1.888.880.4884 or visit our Returns Center for more information.
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange within 30 days of delivery date.
Visit our Returns Center for complete information and step-by-step help.
3 Questions Answered
Q: I see that is says it is recommended for ages 2-5, but I am curious as to why??
Submitted 2 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: Thank you for your question regarding Classic Playtime Junior Easel. The answer to your question about why it is recommended for this age is it's only a recommendation and not a strict rating. The easel is designed for little folks as it is only about 4 ft. tall. Just because your child is past 5 doesn't mean this won't be ideal for him or her. If you watch the video, the Easel only goes up to the presenter's waist.
Q: Is the white board or chalk board magnetic for letters and numbers?