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Offered in three gender-neutral colors. Seat adjusts from 18 to 28 inches. Base is curved and non-slip, allowing children to tilt stool from side to side. Lightweight construction.
Not the greatest option for younger children, as this stool is very high.
Works well for both adults, children, and older kids, allowing family sharing. Sixteen inches in diameter for comfortable seating anywhere. Comes in three colors.
A few adults find disc oversized for their needs but perfect for wiggling children.
Comes in a variety of different colors. Offers antimicrobial protection for classroom settings. Available for purchase in a variety of different heights.
Does not have a non-slip base, making the chair slippery on wooden surfaces.
Option to purchase in a number of varying heights and colors. Rubber, non-slip bottom allows for ultimate tilting and rolling without tipping over. Strengthens children's core muscles and posture.
Not the most durable option, especially in classroom settings.
Available to purchase in a wide variety of colors. Thirteen-inch diameter made specifically for smaller kids' chairs. Latex-free and phthalate-free. Adjustable inflation levels. Included pump.
A few customers report issues with the air plug staying secure.
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For young children with an abundance of energy, active kids’ chairs can help them stay in one place while still fidgeting and leaning. Stools allow kids to pivot or stand easily, and their small footprint keep classrooms open and walkways clear. Chairs that wobble encourage students to move while they work, keeping them active and focused. Inflated seats are both comfortable and fidget-friendly, and they can be great for adults as well. Ball chairs are a classic choice for active kids’ chairs, but they can roll away and may be a distraction in the classroom. Different ages and sizes will require different chairs or chairs that adjust easily.