Constructive Playthings Releases New Products to Help Teachers

Constructive Playthings offers new catalog just in time for back-to-school.

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We wanted to feature several different products to help teachers and students thrive in the classroom environment.

Grandview, MO (PRWEB) August 07, 2013

Constructive Playthings - Back-to-school season is never too much of a surprise. Every year, the beginning of August brings many frantic parents and excited children to stores all over the country to prepare for their first day back in the classroom. While all of the parents and kids are rushing around, making sure they cross every pencil, marker, and binder off of their shopping list, there is another group that is constantly overlooked in this back-to-school season; the teachers! Teachers must work even harder to make sure their classrooms are fully stocked with supplies, and that they have all the necessary desks, tables, and furniture for their students. US Toy Company co-CEO Jonathan Freiden states, "With the release of a new catalog during this back-to-school season, we wanted to feature several different products to help teachers and students thrive in the classroom environment." Below are just a few of those products:

Premium Maple Furniture – Maple has long been the standard for creating beautiful and reliable furniture in the home. It’s clean and consistent grain keep it looking beautiful, and anyone that has worked with maple wood can attest to its sturdiness. Maple has not, however, been used very widely in a classroom setting. With this new line, Constructive Playthings wanted to offer educators this same level of beauty and quality for their classroom. From shelves to cubbies to book cases, this maple furniture line is the perfect addition to any classroom that calls for beautiful but sturdy furniture.

Rugs – A rug is just a rug right? Wrong! In a learning environment, children will not just learn from the words their teachers say to them; they will learn from their environments as well. This is why educational posters are constantly hung across classrooms. Teachers realize that kids are constantly taking in so much information from their surroundings and not just the things that they are being taught. Having educational rugs is just another way to ensure that children are constantly learning from their environments. The line of rugs at Constructive Playthings covers everything from the alphabet to colors to math. These rugs help ensure that the students are learning in the classroom, whether they are staring at the teacher, the chalkboard, or their feet.

Specialized Furniture – Every good instructor knows that there is more to classroom furniture than just desks, chairs, and tables. While these things are extremely important and should carefully be considered, Constructive Playthings has many other unique furniture offerings that can become beneficial in the classroom. Whether the classroom calls for a book display, band instrument storage cart, multipurpose listening table, or “get-away” nook, Constructive Playthings has it. Unique furniture like this will make the classroom feel more like a fun place to be rather a necessary place parents make their kids go.

Furniture like this can turn the classroom into so much more than just a place to sit and listen to the teacher talk; use the new items in the catalog to create a unique, fun environment that will keep students wanting to come back every day!

About Constructive Playthings

Constructive Playthings has 60 years of experience offering the finest quality early childhood equipment, teaching aids, and supplies. Constructive Playthings is the early childhood division of U.S. Toy Company and brings to life the vision of creating a quality experience in early education by providing toys and educational classroom and teacher supplies and resources ideal for preschools, churches, daycare and other early childhood environments.


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