Interactive Tables for Preschool

IgniteTable by Hatch™ provides a collaborative learning experience for children to engage with peers while building social-emotional learning, communication, and prosocial skills. As young learners play, IgniteTable automatically captures authentic work samples and data so teachers can spend less time administering SEL assessments and more time focusing on the specific SEL skill areas that are crucial for each child’s success in school and beyond!

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Ignite Collaboration

IgniteTable® is an interactive touch table that fosters social-emotional and executive functioning skills development for early learners. As two to four children collaboratively work through educational games, video captures an unbiased view of their interactions for teachers to use to guide instruction.

Built to Last in the PreK Environment

IgniteTable® is designed to withstand the unique events that occur in an early childhood classroom. Sturdy construction, casters for mobility, and the reinforced multi-touch top allow children to play safely.


Capture Small-Group Observations with Ease

When children use IgniteTable®, video footage of their interactions is captured and automatically recorded, giving teachers authentic language samples and visual evidence of children's interactions.  Teachers are provided unbiased documentation to inform instruction and identify areas of additional support needed, extending their impact in a powerful way. 


Facilitate Authentic Conversations & Interactions

IgniteTable® provides children access to developmentally appropriate, interactive games that support SEL skills, introduces unique vocabulary words, and encourages conversations and collaboration amongst peers.

  1. Teachers sometimes get stuck in a rut, if you will, when it comes to targeting specific skills because they want to do the same type of activity or the same type of experience with a group of children. So, this year, I gave them the “ok” to do something with a group as long as they pulled it from a research-based program… How they have the kids grouped based on how they play, you can use an activity from there as your individualization for those specific children. All of a sudden, teachers started exploring, which was exciting for us. Bethany Lapp, Head Start Ohio