This next option is a beautiful craft table with built-in storage for boxes, as well as cup holders for markers, pens, and other school supplies. If you have space in a playroom or basement, this can serve as the area where the kids can go to do their homework and craft projects, even if you have them sitting at the kitchen table for the Zoom meetings with their teachers. Since this is small, you can really only expect it to work out for elementary school students. Be sure to check the size measurements online before purchasing. Since this is one of the most expensive desks on this list, be sure it will fit in your space before you buy it!
Personally, if I had young kids entering preschool or kindergarten through elementary school, I would go for this table. It’s very similar to the large two-person desk I mentioned above, except that it’s designed for a much younger student. This is also the sort of furniture I would want in my house even if we weren’t forced to stay at home so much. There was a similar desk in an episode of The Home Edit when they remodeled the playroom for Neal Patrick Harris’ kids. A table like this really encourages kids to be artistic, and gives them an outlet to express their creativity.