FAQs

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What is the correct sitting posture for children’s learning?

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A backrest of children’s chair should be adjusted with 100-110 degrees inclination. The backrest should be adjusted up and down appropriately.
A backrest of children’s chair should be adjusted with 100-110 degrees inclination. The backrest should be adjusted up and down appropriately.
Adjust the chair height so that the child’s feet are flat on the floor and that the knees are slightly lower than hip height. Hips should be positioned far from computer to prevent back pain which is caused by working at the computer.
Set an enough distance between a table and the top of thighs. Sitting on a chair, legs should be in a perpendicular position. Seat height should be adjusted to support a knee angle at 90 degrees. Also, there should be a footrest to support feet.

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What is the difference between children’s and adult’s chair?

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A chair for children may physically look like adult’s office chair. But safety details are different such as level of footrest or wheels which can stop when a child applies weight on a chair. Unlike adults, children are not careful when sitting.
That is why a chair without wheel locking system when applying weight is dangerous for little children. Also, it can help prevent children from bumping into surrounding objects.

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Why children’s desk is different from adult’s one?

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A desk for children should be adjustable to suit their learning development. It can help children to understand how to organize their stuff.
Children’s desk should be strong and safe. This is because children are not as careful as adults when they use their belongings and adults cannot take care of them all the time. For example, a desk should have rounded edges and corners to prevent child’s accidents.
Width and length of a desk should fit with children’s physical characteristics in order to help develop their body figures correctly and to avoid problems of bones and muscles when they grow up.