Study Hard and Play Hard at Home
I really want to have fun when I play and concentrate when I study.
When you spend a lot of time at home, you want to create a lively rhythm. IKEA has lots of fun and playful items to help children learn.
Learn and play at home.
Let's move around at home!
To stop children from bouncing on the sofa, use indoor playground equipment like gym mats and tents. They can be folded and stored away when they are not needed, so you don't have to worry about the storage space.
DUKTIG play kitchen
In small apartments, it is sometimes difficult to cook together in the kitchen, but if you have a play kitchen for your kids, you can enjoy the feeling that your child is cooking together with you. And maybe you can open a nice little restaurant and invite all the soft toys for dinner?
The DUKTIG kitchen has some storage so you can keep your small items organized and stored away when not playing.
Dining tables can be used for all sorts of things, like homework, crafting or reading. When having lunch, the items can just be put to the side, or if you have a small trolley by your side, just put everything there and cleaning up is a matter of seconds.
Extra storage right next to your dining table
With a compact shelving unit, you can get things in and out quickly right next to your dining table.
A box to go please!
If you organize your most necessary items in a box, you can carry it freely anywhere you need it.
Time for play, time for snacks
If you prepare a special table for small children, you may be surprised to see how concentrated they will play. If you choose one with storage, it will be easier to clean up later.
And when they need to take a break and a little snack - you can easily clean the surface with a damp cloth.
Draw whenever you want
With our MÅLA easel, your kids can be creative whenever they want. You can draw with chalk, whiteboard markers or on the paper roll without any help of a parent to set it up.
A place to learn and live
If you have a study desk in your living room, your kids will be able to connect with you and the rest of the family while studying and playing. Making asking for help a little easier.