|5 Section Coat Locker||48" H x 54" W x 12" D||93 lbs|
|Style Options:||Cubby Lockers, Preschool Lockers|
ECR4Kids 5 Section Coat Locker
Inez Williams from Wilmington, DE– Verified Buyer
These are great to have. To children can share one cubbie. I have 7. Look forward to buying more. This is great for child are centers.
good quality lockers
Karyn Robson from Clifton, VA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
I got these to replace some laminate lockers. They look very sturdy and were fairly easy to put together. Arrived quickly and in good condition
Love this Coat Locker!!!!
Cara from Independence, KY– Verified Buyer
I recently purchased this coat locker for our church's preschool class. It works great and the kids love to have a special place to put their coats and papers.
Cubs Acadamee Home Daycare from Barrie, Ontario, Canada
We love the lockers. I put them together myself. Easy to do. Very sturdy. Would recommend to everyone. [...]
Director from Colorado– Verified Buyer
[...] Perfect size for our kids ages 3-5!
Mom of Four from Denver, CO– Verified Buyer
This fits nicely in a narrow space between the front door and the hall closet. There's enough room for all the daily-use items (school backpack, jacket, shoes, etc) with overflow and seasonal stuff stored elsewhere. It's quite sturdy and functional, and wasn't difficult to assemble, though it's easier with two people.
not as expected
crk from Pittsburgh, PA– Verified Buyer
The lockers are very nice with sturdy construction, but much smaller than expected and not very usable for kids older than 7 yrs.
Susanna from Dallas, TX– Verified Buyer
Love it! Keeps all my kids stuff... backpacks, jackets, shoes, cell phones, etc of the floor and organized. Even my husband has a locker for his things too.
exactly what I expected!
childcare provider from Dover, DE– Verified Buyer
The assembly instructions were not concise. I feel that they could have been a little more accurate, but it was still relatively easy to figure things out.
Combining their responsibility to the community and their desire to be environmentally conscious, they have a program to reduce (or better yet, re-use) what they would normally dispose of... Early Childhood Resources has eliminated almost all of their cardboard waste by implementing commercial cardboard shredding equipment in its facilities to convert cardboard destined for the landfill into some of the best packing material available.
Competition typically demands lower costs and with it, labor intense jobs are being exported faster and faster every year. Early Childhood Resources, being committed to "Maximum Value," balances the demands from the marketplace with the practicality and social values of finding ways to maximize the capabilities of those in our community with developmental disabilities, and want to work! The program provides a stimulating and developmentally enriching environment. These individuals gain valuable social and work skills while earning competitive wages, and creating "Maximum Value" in their products.