Hape wooden toys - Geometrics House - First Dollhouse for Kids | Small for Big

Playing house with little people, furniture, and rooms is one of the timeless classics of childhood. But I remember when I was first looking for a dollhouse for Birdie, I had a hard time finding one that seemed the right age range for her beginner skills.

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Now the younger kids have the perfect first dollhouse to choose – and it won’t break the bank either. Hape’s Geometrics House not only allows for pretend play, but it’s also completely rearrangeable – you can encourage your little architects to build these big blocks into any shape they want. The house comes with 2 figures and enough furniture for each room too. Christmas gift anyone?

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