Guidecraft Desk to Easel Art Cart

Guidecraft Desk to Easel Art Cart Review


Check out what goodies Guidecraft has in store for you this holiday season! This month our Educator’s Team is reviewing the Desk to Easel Art Cart. Santa had better hire an extra reindeer and a few elves because this piece is heirloom quality and built to last. Wouldn’t you just love to have something this nice in your own classroom or home?

Guidecraft Desk to Easel Art Cart Review and Giveaway

About the Desk to Easel Art Cart


This piece can be used as an easel or it can be folded-down to convert into a flat desk. One side of the easel has a write-on/wipe-off surface with a chalkboard on the opposite side. You can find the dimensions and details on the Guidecraft website HERE.

Guidecraft Desk to Art Easel Cart Giveaway

Features of the Desk to Easel Art Cart


My favorite feature of the Desk to Easel Art Cart is the abundance of storage space underneath for paper and art supplies. You get four fabric bins for holding art or desk supplies, five paint cups, and four side clips- two on each side of the easel to display or dry artwork as well as a big roll of white paper. The paper is held at the top of the easel and pulled down through the space provided to secure it; this also makes tearing the paper off a breeze.

How to get your own Desk to Easel Art Cart
Head over to this site and enter to win your very own Desk to Art Cart ($200). This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada only and void where prohibited by law. Contest ends December 12, 2012.

This contest is over

Disclosure: I received the desk to easel art cart to review, I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are 100% my own.

About Vanessa Levin

Vanessa is the creator of Pre-K Pages and author of the book A Fabulous First Year and Beyond: A Practical Guide for Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers. She has more than two decades of teaching experience and enjoys helping kids and teachers through her professional development sessions. Follow Vanessa on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. I could use that desk to easel art cart for my classroom. Right now our preschool is in a Quality Improvement Rating System pilot program. I am in off new furniture and materials for my classroom. The assessors rated our preschool very low because of the deteriorating furniture’s and materials.

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