|Number of Pieces||11|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||9 November 2018|
|Mfg Recommended age||3 year and up|
|Item Model Number||3702|
|Product Dimensions||34.29 x 18.42 x 26.67 cm; 2.04 Kilograms|
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Melissa & Doug Fold and Go Wooden Castle Dollhouse with Wooden Dolls and Horses (12 pcs)^Melissa & Doug Fold and Go Wooden Castle Dollhouse with Wooden Dolls and Horses (12 pcs)
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The Melissa And Doug Fold And Go Castle Allows For Compact And Portable Pretend Play This Mini Wooden Castle Opens Up To Reveal The Inside Of The Kingdom. Each Set Includes 11 Durable Wood Pieces. The King And Queen Have Thrones And A Royal Bed, While 2 Knights Are Ready On Horseback To Defend The Treasure Chest. A Working Drawbridge And A Dungeon Are Included To Add To The Imaginative Play The Fold And Go Castle Features A Chunky Wooden Handle For Easy Transport.
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I just gave it to my 2yo today for her Birthday, my 5yo is also playing with it.
It's cute, I wish it came with more animals and it should have a clasp on it to keep it closed but I'll probably just add my own.
Otherwise it's a great little barn. The quality of both the barn and the animals are great.
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Seven years ago as a first-time-Mom I was overwhelmed by the choices I had when it came to the Play world.
With time, walking the trail of trial and errors, I pinned my favorites: Melissa & Doug, Battat, Hape, Magformers, Tegu, Bruder, Alex Toys, Playmobil, Lego, Elenco and a few more. For the board games, those are ThinkFun, Peaceable Kingdom, Smart Games and some classics.
The thoughtfully designed and well-made toys and games are not cheap, but they worth the invested money and the benefits are immense.
That's the case when we can say: "less is more", for few quality toys will flourish child's development and will have a huge impact on kid's intellectual growth, while the poorly made trinkets will end up in the garbage bin before your kid had outgrown them.
During the last years, I bought quite a lot of "Melissa & Doug" - toys, games, playsets, puzzles and costumes and despite having kids that have that common to boys "anything can destroy" gift, "Melissa & Doug" toys still make it through.
Pretend play is a very important part of the child's development that brings out creativity, imagination, dexterity, helps to develop motor and social skills.
"Melissa & Doug" toys are great educational tools that help kids to develop different skills and raise their intelligence.