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There's a big difference between a table and a desk

Just ask any first grader.

Kindergarteners and preschoolers sit at tables.

But first graders are given real desks. Desks that have a little area to store things. Desks that can be moved and reconfigured. No one else sits at your desk.

A desk means you are responsible enough to have stuff to store in a desk.

A desk means you are growing up.



Which is why at home we still do homework at the kitchen TABLE.



Reader Comments (2)

Wow, you're right!

The difference between a desk and a table.. hmm.. interesting, isn't it?
I haven't really thought about it until now.

March 6, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJane

The classical difference circles around the fact weither there is a drawer or not. Generally speaking, what makes the difference is the shape and application that we anticipate.

April 22, 2015 | Unregistered Commentermilad

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