Children’s playhouses Klipiklap are made of natural materials. Their design is well thought out. They provide a carefree play for the children as well as a place of their own - being nice, natural and inspiring.
They provide a lot of creative and playful ideas which encourage children’s imagination and originality as well as feeling for practicality and aesthetics. They encourage the children to move and improve their sense of space. In our opinion, Klipiklap children’s playhouse is the best choice for children from 2 to 6.
The playhouse can be put together quickly. A single person can do it in less than 5 minutes, without needing tools and screws. When not needed, it can be easily disassembled and put away. It doesn’t take much space.
It has rounded edges, so it’s safe to use. We followed the European Standards for Playground Equipment EN 1176 and got the certification for safety use. Protective coating also follows The European Standards for Toys EN 71-3. The certification is provided by the producer of coatings..
- a house or a castle is not just a playground equipment but a place for children to socialize
- adults can join too (they can be a visitor, chimneysweep, postman or they can create a puppet theatre)
- it’s a home in a home, creating a feeling of safety in shape and touch (wood is warm and nice in touch in comparison to plastic)
- windows aren’t just windows; they can change into balls, the sun, or round door. Different geometric shapes enable the children to use them in various ways (the only limit being their imagination) not just as an opening.
- when playing in the house, a child is getting to know space similar to the one at home (the difference being that it’s much smaller and thus giving him/her the feeling of safety and manageability: a child crawls through one hole inside and comes out through another hole etc
- round shapes guarantee safety and cosiness
- the walls can be plastered with paper – a child can copy the shapes (which are made in wood), colour, draw, compose his/her own picture, thus discovering new elements
- a child can learn the following concepts: outside, inside, in front of, behind, up, down
- with the help of an adult a child can (dis)assemble the house and thus use abstract thinking, perception and succession
- a small version of the playhouse can be carved into wood or cut out and put together (with a help of an adult)
- it stimulates various skills: abstract thinking, shape recognition, art, imagination, movement, socializing, relation to space and others, limitation to size and child’s own ability
- it offers children movement, autonomous play, group play, a place of their own, a place for socializing
- a child can use the house as his own place, he/she being the master of it and thus having his/her own rules
- by using mostly natural accessories (paper, fabric, other material) you can change it
- the house can become a post office, a shop, a home, a fortress, a school
- the house and the castle are not just objects - various details offer children to use them according to their imagination
- it is aesthetic, thus stimulating children’s sense for beauty
- the windmill house has a hole in the middle - there you can put a home-made pinwheel
- the windmill house has an opening next to the door – there you can throw a letter into it or put on a home-made mailbox
- we can play ball games through different holes
- you can paint the walls with a special home-made mixture. After being dried you can write on it (just like writing on a board)
- some windows have small holes – there you can put up home-made curtains
- ‘the sky’s the limit’
|90 cm x 100 cm x 115 cm|
|plywood - birch, thickness 9mm|
|1x packet 91 cm x 115 cm x 6cm|
|EU standard for playground equipment EN 1176 and standard for coating EN 71-3.|
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