The main problem with Lego is that it can be difficult to store neatly and that once you’ve got past the basic few brick building stage, you really need a stable base on which to build your creations. This is where a legos table comes in. The KidKraft activity table includes a nice big (25 x 23 inches) play board which is compatible with lego bricks (meaning you can snap them straight onto the board) and includes plenty of storage space under the board to hide away the lego bricks when they’re not being played with.
I love the fact that the table is big enough for a few kids to play together around it as my little girl often has her two cousins over to play (one the same age and one aged 5). As the little ones approach their second birthday I think the Kidkraft lego activity table will make a great toy that the two toddlers and the older child can enjoy playing at together.
The Kidkraft Espresso Activity Table is LEGO-Compatible and guaranteed fun! One side of the table can be used for train play and the other for Lego lovers. The table is perfect for playrooms and bedrooms and allows multiple kids to play at the same time.
Features include:Size: 25"L x 23"W x 17"H
Ages: 3 +
Item 17577 traChildren's Art & Activity Tablestrain
I've spoken with several scientists, who are already postulating as to what this means. Apparently a leading theory is that our world is but a KidKraft Activity Table, and that our city and home might be existing in another dimension known, and this is sort of complex jargon here, as a "storage under the play board." I hope I pronounced that right.