Figure 01: pedagogical table infantile Figure 02: Infantile bookshelf Figure 03: Infantile bookshelf Figure 04: Use of the Pedagogical Table QUARREL AND CONCLUSIONS the presented work was of great importance, therefore it showed the importance of the learning and of the playful one in infancy and, this in the practical one was demonstrated, with the development of the archetype of the infantile pedagogical table and the banks. It could be learned and be known about the inserted infantile furniture in the schools and which the existing necessities. It was interesting to observe that the tables and chairs infantile in these institutions generally they are standardized, being able to be found, as much in public institutions, as in private institutions, without many differences between itself. With regard to the accomplishment of the research of field in the schools with professors and pupils, it was a chance important to know the necessities of the children and the opinion of the professors, who had been able to suggest ways to improve the furniture. One perceived that, as much the professors, how much the children, had given to extreme importance for the colors of the furniture, desiring mobile colored in the study environment. Also other necessities had been observed, as ergonomics, comfort and functionality. The field research had been essential for the development of the project, therefore they had been through them, is that the necessities for its accomplishment had been listed. A found negative aspect during the research, is that many schools had revealed distrustful, many times, believing that the research would make a species of ' ' fiscalizao' ' of existing furniture or of the pertaining to school Institution. Other schools very demanded a bureaucratic process for the accomplishment of the research and had been, therefore, discarded. Another negative aspect is that it was not possible in none of the schools, to take off photos of the pupils using the wallets, therefore it must have an authorization of the parents, who were not gifts in the day of the research.