Stationary seating is great. But sometimes you need an impromptu chair, something that can easily be stored away when you don’t need it. Whether you need extra seating in the classroom, you’re outfitting your homeschool room or just need a seat that can pull double duty as a stool, fold-and-store chairs for kids can come in handy in a variety of situations.
This folding chair and stool can support up to 250 pounds, but also provides a safe non-slip surface for little ones to climb onto when needed. It also has a built-in handle for easier portability.
You can choose from six colors with this folding chair that’s rated to support up to 220 pounds.
These folding chairs are designed not to pinch little fingers. They’re made from easy-to-clean powder-coated steel, and each chair weighs less than four pounds.
This cloth Paw Patrol folding chair is easy to assemble and disassemble and also features a built-in cup holder. So, little ones can keep cups of milk or snacks close at hand. It comes with a carrying bag.
The Redmon folding chair is designed for children from ages 2 to 6 and can support up to 160 pounds. It comes with a cup holder and storage bag.
Giving kids chairs that they can call their own can be meaningful during study or playtime, whether indoors or outdoors. These foldable chairs can save you space, and some units are designed for beach or camping trips. The best types of chairs are light but sturdy and promote good posture. They’re also easy to clean.
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