It is pos­si­ble that a child, with­out leav­ing his cozy room, can get acquaint­ed with dif­fer­ent parts of the world in a play­ful way, learn to read and solve cross­word puz­zles, show inde­fati­ga­ble chil­dren’s imag­i­na­tion and inex­haustible reserves of cre­ative poten­tial. Can! And invalu­able assis­tance to you in this will be pro­vid­ed by pre­fab­ri­cat­ed themed hous­es made of envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly safe mate­ri­als. Read on and you will find out how much use­ful­ness is hid­den in a sim­ple, light­weight design!

Farm House invites you to vis­it!

Decid­ing to buy a card­board con­struc­tion “Farm”, you will not only pro­vide your baby with their own cozy nook, in which they can hide in an embrace with their favorite toy. At the same time, you will open to him the won­der­ful world of nature around us. Draw­ings of rur­al ani­mals and house­hold items with clear con­tours and large sizes will give your beloved child a lot of joy from the oppor­tu­ni­ty to show imag­i­na­tion by col­or­ing them. At the same time, he will mem­o­rize and learn the names of ani­mals and nat­ur­al phe­nom­e­na in syl­la­bles. Of course, the alpha­bets — Russ­ian and Eng­lish — are also pre­sent­ed on the card­board walls. And inter­est­ing rid­dles and puz­zles await an inquis­i­tive child.

“Jun­gle” is call­ing curi­ous and cheer­ful!

The excit­ing and mys­te­ri­ous world of the jun­gle will attract the atten­tion of the baby for a long time, intro­duc­ing him to exot­ic ani­mals and plants. The child will explore the world, fill­ing with col­ors such amaz­ing phe­nom­e­na as a vol­canic erup­tion or the sparkle of light­ning. A fun­ny mon­key and a fun­ny giraffe, seri­ous hip­pos and a slug­gish tur­tle will open a whole world of pre­vi­ous­ly unknown ani­mals. The child in the form of a game will learn the let­ters, syl­la­bles and words that accom­pa­ny the images on the walls and roof of the won­der­ful “Jun­gle” pre­fab­ri­cat­ed house.

We cre­ate and learn the world togeth­er with the house “Dom”!

Which of us did not like col­or­ing in child­hood, when the pic­tures grad­u­al­ly came to life, filled with all the col­ors of the rain­bow! There­fore, we will be able to appre­ci­ate the mag­nif­i­cent draw­ings with clear out­lines, which are locat­ed on the walls, and on the roof, and on the doors of the pre­fab­ri­cat­ed card­board mod­el “House”. The child will get a great chance to show his imag­i­na­tion by dec­o­rat­ing a cun­ning fox, or a kind cat climb­ing onto the roof, or a bird sit­ting on a conif­er­ous branch. And the wise owl near the chim­ney will remind you how many mys­ter­ies can be found right on the house. The big clock will tell you how to tell the time cor­rect­ly, and the cones on the tree will teach you how to count to 10. And that’s not all! The let­ters of the Russ­ian and Eng­lish alpha­bets and the names of all sub­jects writ­ten in syl­la­bles will help you learn the basics of read­ing.

The fairy tale comes to life when we paint the New Year’s house!

A mag­i­cal win­ter fairy tale awaits those who, togeth­er with adults, will assem­ble the won­der­ful New Year’s house. A cheer­ful snow­man and San­ta Claus with a bag of gifts are just wait­ing for the lit­tle own­er to col­or them with mul­ti-col­ored felt-tip pens or crayons. And toys, gar­lands, gifts under the Christ­mas tree and fun­ny squir­rels will help to real­ize dreams of fairy-tale heroes com­ing to life. Of course, the kid is wait­ing for puz­zles and rid­dles. All draw­ings are accom­pa­nied by titles writ­ten in syl­la­bles. Fill­ing the pic­tures with all the col­ors of the rain­bow, the lit­tle man will simul­ta­ne­ous­ly learn all the let­ters of the Russ­ian and Eng­lish alpha­bets. The roomy struc­ture will open its arms, giv­ing a delight­ful oppor­tu­ni­ty to climb inside with your favorite toys. And even a cute pup­py will find a place in a cozy New Year’s “hut”!

Safe­ty, con­ve­nience, ver­sa­til­i­ty! And some bonus­es…
All hous­es are made of high-qual­i­ty three-lay­er card­board, and the details do not have sharp cor­ners. Easy to assem­ble by the child. And if he has any dif­fi­cul­ties, then mom or dad, using clear and detailed instruc­tions, will help him. The hous­es are quite roomy and at the same time sur­pris­ing­ly com­pact. Dimen­sions (height — 135 cm, depth — 95 cm, width — 75 cm) allow a light (only 2.5 kg) struc­ture to be placed in a chil­dren’s room. The house is sta­ble, easy to dis­as­sem­ble, and if desired, reassem­ble. The bot­tom can be cov­ered with card­board from the pack­ag­ing.

· Par­ents will appre­ci­ate such an advan­tage of a chil­dren’s “hut” as an oppor­tu­ni­ty to keep the baby busy for a long time with an inter­est­ing and use­ful activ­i­ty, free­ing up time for the accu­mu­lat­ed every­day wor­ries.

· A pre­fab­ri­cat­ed house made of card­board will become an excit­ing edu­ca­tion­al game. And it will also serve as an excel­lent gift for those fam­i­lies in which rest­less “why” grow up!

· Each buy­er is pro­vid­ed with a sur­prise in the form of a set of col­or­ful stick­ers, as well as free masks and games on Insta­gram, which can be obtained through a spe­cial QR code on box­es and house designs!


By Yara