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Squirm to Learn

Noodle-Chair-Group_high-resNo kid can be expected to sit still all day and Smith’s Flavors Noodle chair means they don’t have it. That’s because the plastic chair flexes and moves as the sitter squirms and shifts, yet provides the support needed to promote back health. The frame is made of 18-gauge chrome-plated steel and the seating material can be ordered in any of 18 colors, from chocolate to cerulean. The chair costs $155.

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