Preschool STEM, STEAM & Makerspace Furniture for Kids
Preschool STEM, STEAM, and Makerspace Furniture for KidsPreschools are the ideal place to introduce children to STEM and STEAM concepts and activities. These activities involve problem-solving and creativity, and kids must be able to work alone and in groups. Our selection of makerspace furniture is designed to facilitate individual learning and activities as well as collaborations. With options from Jonti-Craft, Whitney Brothers, Wood Designs, and others, our preschool STEM and STEAM furniture will help you create an environment for hands-on learning.
Activity Tables and Workstation OptionsActivity tables and workstations create the foundation for a kids’ STEM and STEAM lab. Many of our activity tables and workstations have shelves and cubbies to store the tools for science, technology, engineering, art, and math projects. You can browse through options for individual use and group projects and collaborations.
Set Up Various Stations for Hands-On LearningWe also have preschool STEAM and STEM furniture you can use to create learning stations. From mobile sensory tables to skills stations and science activity tables, you can turn your preschool into a hands-on learning environment with this furniture. You can also include stacking blocks, magnifiers, illumination light tablets, and other options for the complete kids’ STEAM and STEM experience.
Storage Solutions for PreschoolsPreschool teachers want to keep a clean classroom while allowing students to engage in different activities. Fortunately, you can get makerspace furniture for storage. We have an assortment of storage options, including cart sets with wheels. Additionally, we have antimicrobial rolling carts to cut down on the spread of illness in preschools while still providing ample storage. You’ll also find that the storage carts and towers we carry are easy to open and use, so kids and adults can access the necessary materials.
Browse through our extensive inventory to find all the items you need for your classroom. Then, you can set up an environment that promotes hands-on learning for young children.