Make and decorate your own playhouse! Color it! Paint it! Glue things to it! Great crafts and role play activity for a sleepover or kids Birthday party, or just an idea for a rainy day! This adorable cardboard coloring cottage features children friendly pictures, 4 windows, 2 doors, and 2 mail slots. And all that your child can open and close during his/her pretend play. This amazing Giant Coloring Playhouse is made of extremely durable cardboard to create a large play and activity center. The entire Giant Coloring Playhouse has been thoroughly designed to provide safe play area for your toddler or preschool child. Rounded edges, reinforced flaps along the bottom of this cardboard house make this house a perfect play environment for your children. Giant Coloring Playhouse comes all white inside and out for more creative coloring fun. You can use the enclosed 8 washable markers or use your own art supplies to create one-of-a-kind playhouse for the imaginative play. Assembled Giant Coloring Playhouse measures 3 x 4.5 x 4 feet. It means, that parents or grandparents can fit in and join the creative fun! Giant Coloring Playhouse from Educational Toys Planet is easily folded for storage.
Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months
Our recommended age:
2 years, 3 years, 4 years, 5 years, 6 years
My Very Own House
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21" x 3.25" x 35.25
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Positive Ratings: 93%
Total Reviews: 6
Reviews of Giant Coloring Playhouse
Lots of fun!
Just as advertised, and fast delivery. Kids liked it.
Suggestion: set it up after the kids go to bed. A little head-scratching for us 3-dimensionally-challenged, but everything worked as instructed.
Our granddaughter age 6 absolutely loves her house. She , her daddy and mommy spend quality time together coloring the house. It is sturdy. She loves to play inside the house.
by Chad, MT
by Jennifer, NJ
My 3 year old and 18 month old love it. It is enormous. Much bigger than I expected! My only complaints are that it is prone to ripping and the piece of cardboard that holds together the bottoms of the doors (across the floor) is a tripping hazard. Nonetheless, a great rainy day activity, a great secret hideout, and a great way to make a (controlled) mess. I give it a thumbs up.