Elements EASEL

Elements EASEL

66 165016
  • Made in Europe
  • Supplied flat-packed to reduce transport and the impact on air pollution. • Wood sourced from eco-managed forests.
+ 18 months
for use under adult supervision
€270.00 €332.10
In stock


Learn while having fun with nature

The health benefits of fresh air are well-known and what fun it is to play in this limitless space. Our ultra-tough “Elements” range offers a range of activities to learn with the elements of nature. Watching, experimenting, imagining, building, sharing and organising group activities to awaken all the senses!

Set up this high-quality solid wood easel outside to draw, paint the lovely surrounding nature or create a graphic composition using natural elements, alone or with others for hours of group creations! The board’s 50 x 65 cm surface is transparent to show the creations as they happen.

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  • Practical: double-sided easel with a 50 x 65 cm transparent painting area.
    Sturdy: solid Douglas wood that is naturally resistant to most insect and fungi attacks.
    The 20 mm wooden slats give the furniture and parts a high degree of mechanical resistance.
    Features: modular outdoor furniture at child height.
    To ensure the durability of the wood, it must be maintained.
  • From eco-managed forests Responsible delivery.
  • Complies with toy standards: EN 71 1, 2 and 3

Technical data

  • Composition
    1 easel and 10 beakers.
  • Dimensions
    L: 68 cm - W: 62 cm - H: 109.5 cm.
  • Made from
    WOOD and HDPE.
  • Delivery
    Delivered flat-packed, do-it-yourself installation.
  • Tips for using
    For indoor and outdoor use.

Additional infos

  • All of our products need to be used under adult supervision.
  • Accessories (geotextile membrane, screws and bolts, containers) guaranteed for 1 year. Guaranteed for 5 years against wood rot. Linseed oil can be used to maintain the wood.

Specialist's opinion

The Reggio approach is rooted in the idea that young children are able to initiate their own learning process. It encourages young children to express themselves in a variety of ways (artistic, physical, linguistic, emotional, etc.). The Reggio approach is based on the joy of learning and discovering in an environment that encourages curiosity and interpersonal skills, allowing children to develop harmoniously while respecting their individual rhythm. Nature and unrestricted exploration are central to this approach.

Corinne Coudert, Nursery Manager.

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