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Melissa & Doug Take-Along Wooden Doorbell Dollhouse - Doorbell Sounds, Keys, 4 Poseable Wooden Dolls

Item# 210-14067116-AF | Model# 14067116 | Added on March 8, 2015 |
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Melissa & Doug Take-Along Wooden Doorbell Dollhouse - Doorbell Sounds, Keys, 4 Poseable Wooden Dolls
$29.99
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Description
Ding-dong! Fun is at the door of this sturdily-built wooden doorbell house. Featuring four electronic doorbell sounds, four unique locks with matching keys and four poseable play people, this charming cottage is sure to be a playtime destination. Plus, the keys are attached to the house so they won't get lost, and the sturdy handle allows children to take this exciting house party with them wherever they go! As they play with this house, children will also develop color, shape and number recognition skills. You can ask them to open the red door, or knock on a numbered door or let one of the figures into the door with the square number plaque. Determining which key matches which lock encourages problem-solving skills, and the 4 play people inspire infinite storytelling possibilities. Our little people house is built with a pair of attached easy-to-carry handles. This makes it a breeze to transport while traveling or visiting relatives. The Take-Along Wooden Doorbell Dollhouse makes a great gift for kids ages 3 to 5. Add the Melissa and Doug Latches Wooden Activity Board to round out the hands-on, screen-free play experience. 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 meet 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 ... read more
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