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Practical, long lasting and stylish – the Mocka Table & Stool Set is a perfect addition to your home and we want to give you the chance to have one for yourself (OK it’s really for the kids, but you will love the design!).

A beautifully designed five piece kids furniture set which includes a table and four stools.

The Mocka Wooden Table & Stool Set is a fabulous design and built to last. The stools hold adult weight and are stackable for space saving.
Designed so you can sit, read, play or even have a meal with your child at ‘their’ table. Suitable for children aged 2-6 years.

RRP $99.95

Available from www.mocka.com.au in two colour options – all natural set, or coloured stool set

For your opportunity to win 1 of these brilliant Mocka table and stool sets, use the comment form below and tell us: What fun activity, that also encourages learning, could you do with your kids at this table?

Please note this competition is open from 10th July until 6th August and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook.
  • Counting smarties into colored groups!

  • My 2 yr old is desperate for a space of her own just to be creative in. We don’t have a lot of furniture. My boys do their homework on the dinner table! She’d love to try some finger painting I bet! We haven’t done a whole lot in the way of learning the colours yet!

  • i can use this for grate out door dinning for children

  • I would sit down and do paintings, play with playdough, have our lunch together and even put a sheet over it to make a inside cubbyhouse!!

  • This table will be the hub of activities. From eating to playing to learning. Kids from mothers group will also have a great time.

  • This table & chairs would have been great to use when we made a fairy house out of a box that a new toy had come in. Perfect size for our work of art!!

  • Give them all a book and each page they need to write all the letters of the alphabet and draw a picture for each starting with that letter. Keeps them occupied, thinking and happy. Making a competition could work as well to get a prize.

  • My two little munchkins would LOVE this gorgeous set for tea parties, dinner and playtime!

  • My daughter is very interested in learning different colours at the moment, so I think one of the most popular things we would do at this table is paint, and mix new colours!

  • Arts and craft is a favourite. It’s creative, fun and keeps little hands very busy.

  • marbles because there is a lot of fun games and learning you can do with them.

  • playing tea parties and sharing out food for both boys and girls

  • CRAFT! Our house is a house full of little Miss Makers, we make everything even our own hair accessories and with four little girls and another baby on the way this table would be so wonderful to help the younger ones learn the great art of painting, drawing cutting glueing and glittering of course :)

  • There would definately be cutting and pasting, art and craft, writing, colouring, drawing and lots of fairy making along with making the most exquisite cookies and building castles from our lego and blocks.

  • We would invite our friends to join us and do puzzles, drawings, make artworks and have lots of fun together. The best learning is when we can share what we learn with our friends!

  • have a game of scrabble and teach the kids how to spell words

  • My young 2 are right into tea parties and ‘cooking’ everything from cakes to ‘sgetti bowl’ out of playdough. This would be the perfect ‘dining table’ for our roleplaying dinner party fun!!

  • Cooper has a table for 1 which gets very crowded…… a table big enough for him, his soon to be little brother and his friends would ensure great fun times. He loves cutting shapes, colouring them in and dominoes, but with hardly any room frustration usually hits and mummy being 6 months pregnant struggles to get on the floor to play with him and back up again!!!!! Please help him have more room to learn, grow and be creative and PLEASE SAVE MY BACK !!! :-)

  • From lego to books, builders to cooks. We could use this for everything we do and some new things too! To have their own space and keep it in safe. We love nice round shapes and places to “bake”

  • My son is only 2, but we recently found a recipe to make our own kid safe paint, its bright and colourful and he loves it, we need a table to paint on and this would be fantastic, he can add a bit of colour!!

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