Heritage Child Development Center

September 09, 2017 • Hartford, CT

An inner-city infant/toddler program embraces the flexibility of Roomscapes to quickly adapt the classroom environment to changing enrollment and children's development.

  • Teacher Child Full View

    Interlocking furniture creates secure boundaries for children's play.

  • Push Me Pull You Full View

    With stable furniture, there's no worry when large muscle play begins.

  • Dramatic Play Full View

    Add a Woodcrest table to your dramatic play area for a touch of home, just like the kitchen table.

  • Opening the Door Full View

    Large handles and pinch free hinges make Toddler Village safe for little chefs.

  • Sitting in Cart Full View

    The open ends of Mini Hollow blocks make them perfect for toddlers to grasp and move, and hey, this block cart makes a great bench.

  • Moving WCR Chair Full View

    Lightweight chairs are easy for children to move.

  • Drama Girl Full View

Drama Girl
Teacher Child
Push Me Pull You
Dramatic Play
Opening the Door
Sitting in Cart
Moving WCR Chair
Drama Girl
“I was looking for furniture, equipment, classroom design that would be everything that anybody would ever want for an infant and a toddler. Our parents absolutely love the way the classrooms look. I can't think of one thing, that we're not happy with. ” Emilie Montgomery, Executive Director of Early Care and Education Program, CRT

Classroom Tables

These solid no-nonsense tables are designed to stay put while hosting the whirl of daily activity. Easy to clean surface is laminated on both sides with heat sealed edges to prevent warping.  Choose from adjustable (tool-free) or solid legs.

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An antidote to the standard institutional look, these desks invite children to learn, discover, and explore. Comes fully assembled, all you need to do is rotate the legs into place. Choose from solid wooden or adjustable (tool-free) legs.

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