Learn or work in comfort and style with this awesome chair that comes with Tablet Arm, Front Wheel Casters and Cup Holder! The perfect addition to the classroom, library or collaborative learning space. Increase academic success by offering flexible work areas for students. Easily portable and sold individually in Natural Beige.
Laid Back Learner Chair
The Laid Back Learner Chair
Creative and comfortable alternative seating for the modern classroom
Fits students of all ages
Set up a reading corner in your classroom, library, or common areas of the school for a more comfortable learning environment for students! Swivel Movement allows for light movement, propelled by the student!
Product Weight: 46lbs
User Weight Limit: 250lbs
ABL Reading Nook OT-62
The ABL Reading Nook will be a wonderful addition to your classroom reading corner or library. Students can relax in the semi-enclosed space to read, do homework, or self-management. Two optional attached bookcases provide space for books or storage. This Reading Nook includes padded seat for added sensory component. The semi enclosed cubby assists in noise dampening and aids students in independent work and quiet reading time. The reading nook is designed to fit small children up to adult size!. Please specify target age group when placing your order. For early learners, the cubby nook is closer to the ground for easier access. For Middle school and up, the cubby is higher off the ground for proper ergonomics when entering and exiting the reading nook.
The ABL Reading Nook OT-62 is the ideal reading corner for classrooms, libraries, and any educational setting. Its unique design creates a semi-enclosed environment for students to enjoy reading, allowing them to build to build literacy skills. This nook is available in light wood and black for an aesthetically modern look and upgrade to the learning environment.
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