It’s all too familiar to
see children struggling to read books, wriggling or sat slumped with their
shoulders to one side, swinging their legs on the chair or else using their bed
Their constant wriggling come
from their general lack of comfort. Having their own creative space not only improves their focus but also their posture.
keeping your body in good alignment - is important. Developing good posture early on can have positive,lifelong health benefits.
Once kids are old enough to sit by themselves they should be encouraged to think about posture. Such early adaptation can make good posture second nature, strengthening core muscles and avoiding problems in later years.
WHY CHILDREN SHOULD HAVE THEIR OWN DESK FROM A YOUNG AGE?
Today our children spend more time than ever before sitting at desks; reading, drawing, writing or practicing instruments. A poor fitting desk will result in the child repeatedly adapting poor posture positions. When young a child’s body can accept and even adapt to poor seated positions; although by the time their bones are fully developed poor bone alignments are harder to correct for, and it is more likely they will later suffer from the effects of poor posture. Having a perfectly arranged Study Right desk and chair can be the first step to developing your child’s good posture.
WHAT AN EXPERT SAID ABOUT HAVING A CORRECTLY SET UP DESK SPACE:
“Vision is the most powerful determinant of posture at work. It is impossible to maintain good postures throughout the workday, unless work materials and equipment are thoughtfully placed within the line of sight and within a comfortable focus distance. The use of copy holders, slant boards, and book stands have a positive impact on posture, and therefore, on the eyes.”
WHY ALL CHILDREN DESERVE THEIR OWN DESK?
We always say "every child is different", not only mentally but physically as well. Even when they are the same height, children's body proportions are rarely the same. Study Right height adjustable desks and chairs can be adjusted to suit every individual child. Children love having their own spaces. Having a well set-up desk, designed for your child can benefit them physically. A comfortable desk also means your child will want to use it more often, encouraging them to focus making homework more enjoyable. A fun, comfortable desk and chair will increase the time that they want to spend drawing a picture, practicing their musical instrument or maybe just reading their favorite book……
SETTING A DESK AND CHAIR CORRECTLY FOR YOUR CHILD?
-When sitting on the chair the child should have each foot flat on the floor.
-The knee should form a right angle with at most three fingers of space between the back of the knee and the chair edge.
-The height of the backrest should be set so the child’s torso is supported to just below the shoulder blades.
-The lower back should touch the back of the chair.
-The desktop should be
cm higher than
the elbow level when seated.
-The forearms should rest on the desktop so that the neck muscles remain relaxed.
-There should be ample space for the legs under the desk.