|Product Type: Children's||Country of Manufacture: United States|
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saras mom from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer
my daughter just loves the easel and has spent many hours practicing her spelling and vocabulary words.
Racquel from Quakertown, PA– Verified Buyer
This product definitely serves it's intended purpose. My only complaint would be that the front shelf only holds about 3-4 paints at a time.
Not worth the risk
Anonymous from Kingston, NY– Verified Buyer
This box was delivered with the entire top open, a corner crushed, and my address written in permanent marker across the box. I have no idea if anything was missing, and it would cost too much to return it. Customer service was contacted, but I keep getting responses from reps who apparently have not read the prior comments. I would not order from Wayfair again, and I have told them that, but they keep sending me emails asking me to share my thoughts publicly, so here you are!
Grandson loves it
Kathy from Rural Retreat, VA– Verified Buyer
Very sturdy. Loves the letters and dry eraser board side.
Cheryl from Lebanon, PA– Verified Buyer
easy to put together my grandson loved it would buy another one if I needed one
Adorable and Sturdy
Lewis from New Bern, NC– Verified Buyer
We bought this for our almost-2 year old grandson. It looks just like the picture. We are giving it to him for Christmas.
tony from pittsburgh, PA– Verified Buyer
kids love it fun time must have wayfair rocks ya
Barbara from Grapevine, TX– Verified Buyer
Easel great for two children in family, ages 3 and 5 educational with letters and fun with dry erasewashable pens and chalk.
Lucy DiLiberto from Chicago,Il
My grandson loves it, easy to put together and sturdy for a soon to be two year old. He loved all the foam magnets too!!!
SHALINI from HUNTERSVILLE, NC– Verified Buyer
Not only my 7 and 2 yrs old are glued to it but also my husband who is busy solving some maths problem or the other with my older one. Ever since we got this the younger one has stopped scribbling on the wall(well, for most part at least) and smoothly graduated to the easel.