Here are some lessons learned regarding tables:
It’s best to go with tables with four legs, instead of having one center support, as kids tend to sit on them, even when they know it’s against the rules.
Large tables that fold in the middle are not a good choice. They tend to be vulnerable to breaking where they fold. If the support bars are removable kids will remove them, and sometimes lose them.
We recommend round, instead of square, tables, unless they are for other purposes (e.g., food service, etc.). Round tables make it easier for everyone to see each other while seated at the table.
Durability costs more, but spending now can save you additional costs down the road.