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Melissa & Doug Fold and Go Wooden Dollhouse With 2 Dolls and Wooden Furniture

Item# 210-11145240-AF | Model# 11145240 | Added on February 19, 2015 |
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Melissa & Doug Fold and Go Wooden Dollhouse With 2 Dolls and Wooden Furniture
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"Enjoy a ""home away from home"" with this delightful wooden dollhouse. Two flexible wooden play figures live in this house with 11 pieces of wooden furniture. The dollhouse opens for easy access and folds closed for convenient storage. This wooden portable dollhouse is designed to open fully and give kids easy access for a more enjoyable playing experience. It also comes fully assembled, so children can simply fold it open to begin their playtime. This two-story wooden dollhouse allows kids to arrange furniture and open and close doors, and it stimulates their creativity by allowing them to interact with the two wooden play figures. Kids will learn about shapes by locating rectangles, squares, and more, and develop fine motor skills while engaging in storytelling and imaginative play. The Fold and Go Mini Dollhouse is a creative and thoughtful gift for kids ages 3 to 6. Add the Melissa and Doug Poseable 7-Piece Wooden Doll Set to round out the pretend play experience and give kids an engaging option for screen-free fun. For more than 30 years, Melissa and Doug has created beautifully designed imagination- and creativity-sparking products that NBC News called “the gold standard in early childhood play.” We design every toy to the highest quality standards, and to nurture minds and hearts. If your child is not inspired, give us a call and we'll make it right. Our phone number is on every product! Gender: unisex."
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