Play ValueThe Play Houses with their basic furnishings like a table and benches are a stimulus to role-play for younger children. Primarily this entails mother and child games because the house with protective roof and four sheltering walls conveys the feelings and actions associated with family. The window enables supervision of the child and the door ensures the boundary to the private space. Doors, especially half doors, stimulate a variety of role-play such as shopping, post and bank activities.
- children under 3 years
- kindergarten children
- supervised play areas such as kindergartens, schools, after
- school programmes or similar
- public play areas without supervision such as playgrounds, parks or similar
Big Playing House - Order No: 4.10210
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