Not everyday of summer can be a trip to the beach or the mountains. Some rain will fall, some work will have to get done. One way to invite creative summer play that will last all summer is with a KidsCraft Playhouse. No batteries, no small parts--this toy is all about fun and imagination.
Ours has served as a hideout from pirates, a lovely tea house and a stage prop. The options are unlimited. We set the house up with ease and have taken our time coloring and decorating the blank cardboard exterior and interior--there are may spaces to work with. Add stickers, paint or any other embellishments to make this house a home.
KidsCraft Playhousesis creating cardboard playhouses from 100% recycled materials, using an ingenious flap and slot design so no cutting or taping is needed--a good thing since we've got toddlers running around. It's a perfect playdate solution for a rainy or steaming hot day when you simply can't get to the pool.
Five Tips To For a Girl's First Leg Shave
Do you remember your first time shaving? Mine wasn’t pretty. I snuck my dad’s razor and shaved my legs dry. It wasn’t pretty. Get your daughter ready for this rite of passage with the right tools and a quick education. We've got five tips to help you navigate your daughter's ...read more
Why You Should Add Wild Blueberries to Your Diet
Do your New Year's goals involve healthier eating? Adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet? Or even adding tasty new recipes to your repertoire? We've got five reasons for you to add wild blueberries to your diet. Our friends from the Wild Blueberry Association have ...read more
Why Moms are Loving This Blueberry Couscous Salad
It's blueberry picking time. And while most blueberry recipes revolve around baked goods, we've got something different to share. First, a few sentences singing the praises of this lovely fruit. Blueberries are high in antioxidants, improve memory function and reduce the effects ...read more
The "house" measures 42.25"L x 39.5"W x 54"H ($69.95 on Amazon) and comes with a sturdy door and windows. Tip: get creative and use fabric scraps for drapes! There's also a cool shuttle for you space explorers ($79.95).
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get a house to test. We do encourage you to shop from the affiliate links to support the blog.