Just wanted all of you to know about an oldie but a goodie: the Play N Go Table. It’s not new, but I loved it, and so did my kids! Read more to find out about it!
The Play N Go table is easily one of our most successful and most well-reviewed toys ever, and with good reason; it combines amazingly fun play with ease of storage and transportation. Easy to clean, easy to move, easy to play.
To avoid any unpleasant surprises, the table is sealed shut when not in use. Once unlocked with the (adorable) star-shaped key, all of the pieces become available to your child to bring to life. The top of the table acts as a building surface and includes a vehicle and figurine that will allow your child to create their own stories! The Play N Go table is a completely freeform play experience, meaning that each playtime is different and allows for limitless possibilities.
When playtime is over, simply gather all of the pieces into the table and seal it shut. Clean-up takes just a few minutes and the end result is a sleek and portable toy chest, perfect for storing away or bringing to daycares, play dates or on vacation!
Aside from being a fabulous toy, the Play N Go Table has many auxiliary benefits. The short legs make it an ideal lap desk or a comfortable support as your child learns to stand and walk. Since this toy is for First Builders, it’s quickly engaging and stimulating to both a child’s imagination and their development of fine motor skills. It also helps infants and toddlers learn their shapes and colors!
Both the Play N Go Table and the blocks included are made in Canada. Everything is free of harmful chemicals such as phthalates to ensure that your First Builder has a safe and enjoyable play experience.
The Play N Go Table is quite multifunctional. For little ones who don’t want to sit at the table, all the pieces store away quickly for a surface where your child can eat and play! The portability of this table is pretty great too, making it one of the easiest playsets to take along almost anywhere.
Have you tried the Play N Go Table? If so, what’s your child’s favorite part? Do you have any unconventional uses for the Play N Go table?