At first, children love going to school. In many cases though, enthusiasm starts to ebb, and for very different reasons. But if children are introduced to school with fun and élan from the very beginning and given colourful encouragement during the first few years of school, then they keep their enthusiasm. Pirum Holzspielzeuge has a large selection of creative accessories - perfectly geared to schoolchildren and their developing hobbies - that are all available to you in our online shop. Artist’s els or standing blackboards by JANOD are a couple of examples. Coupled with a collection of magnetic letters and figures, your children can have fun learning to their hearts’ content.
Writing and Reckoning is Fun!
ROBA also makes a real school blackboard, which can be wall-mounted to save space. Equipped with a piece of chalk, little maths problems will be solved in a jiffy. Children find doing homework together with their parents surprisingly fun, and they often become really eager to write on the blackboard again. Other manufacturers of school and hobby products we carry are GOKI and MELISSA & DOUG. We have put together a good-sized selection of products and accessories for you in this section, such as the puppet theatre with an integrated blackboard from SEVI or the many magnet sets that can be arranged according to a story’s subject. NEMMER also offers a tilting blackboard for a great learning effect, even in the smallest room.
Learning with Good Posture
Blackboards and easels are not the only important work tools. A really nice desk designed for a child’s smaller body is also available. The PINOLINO model comes in a natural wood look, and the desktop can even be tilted to suit the task at hand. It provides children with a smooth work surface for them to write and draw on, as well as a drawing board to encourage as much creativity as possible. HAPE and MELISSA & DOUG also offer wonderful products for school and hobby, e.g. an alphabet abacus that makes learning ABCs fun and easy, or a blackboard for learning how to tell time, along with all of the numbers and letters needed to practice handwriting. Practice makes perfect, and if the first few tries don’t turn out just quite right, they can simply be erased from the board for a new start.