The house game is one of the most beloved and pop­u­lar chil­dren’s games of all time. Today’s adults prob­a­bly once built hous­es for them­selves under the table out of chairs and blan­kets. Mod­ern chil­dren have a huge selec­tion of hous­es made of dif­fer­ent mate­ri­als, and if this is not just a play­house, but also a real cre­ative plat­form, a train­ing room, a place of res­i­dence for toys and a small person’s per­son­al space, then this house is price­less.

1. Draw and color

The main func­tion of the House is col­or­ing. Draw­ing in the life of chil­dren is of great impor­tance: where and on what only chil­dren do not draw! It hap­pens that, in an effort to change the sur­round­ing space, chil­dren even mas­ter the wall­pa­per. There are not enough col­or­ing books for young artists: the soul requires scope. The Card­board House Col­or­ing Book is per­fect for this. It helps par­ents to direct chil­dren’s ener­gy in the right direc­tion. The whole house can be paint­ed — both out­side and inside. Your repairs will not be affect­ed, and there is more than enough room for cre­ativ­i­ty.

The desire of the child to trans­form the world around will find its appli­ca­tion!

2. Draw whatever you want!

Card­board House-col­or­ing can be paint­ed as you want, and with what you want: felt-tip pens, crayons, paints, pen­cils. What is impor­tant, if your child likes to draw, for exam­ple, with water­col­ors, then do not wor­ry about your gen­der. The House has spe­cial skirts that will pro­tect it from paint drips. At the same time, they give sta­bil­i­ty and strength to the entire struc­ture.

3. Cardboard is cool.

The col­or­ing house is made of thick three-lay­er cor­ru­gat­ed card­board. Yes, card­board is not such an “eter­nal” mate­r­i­al as, for exam­ple, plas­tic, but it has a num­ber of advan­tages. And the point here is not only the price or the abil­i­ty to paint with any­thing. Card­board — do not for­get — a biodegrad­able mate­r­i­al, which, unlike the same plas­tic, does not harm the envi­ron­ment.

4. Learn by playing.

Dream mak­ers col­or­ing house pro­vides an oppor­tu­ni­ty for unob­tru­sive learn­ing — in the process of play­ing. The child him­self will not notice how he will learn the let­ters of the Russ­ian and Eng­lish alpha­bets, num­bers, learn to tell the time, remem­ber and col­or the ani­mals with plea­sure. The kit with the House includes devel­op­men­tal tasks that will be use­ful to com­plete with par­ents, con­sol­i­dat­ing the learn­ing out­come.

5. From small to large.

In fam­i­lies where the House already exists, it is not­ed that chil­dren play the “house” and paint it at very dif­fer­ent ages. Even adults often join the game. And if a group of chil­dren has gath­ered, then they will glad­ly, with­out divid­ing into “mine or yours”, paint, equip the house, put toys in it, “put things in order” and find a lot more ideas for play­ing with the house com­plete­ly on their own, with­out con­trol and advice from adults. Enough space for every­one!

6. Impressive!

The Dream mak­ers house looks very impres­sive in the room; all those who come are imme­di­ate­ly impressed by its dimen­sions. And this House is a great option for a gift. If you need to give a gift to a child or you are invit­ed to vis­it a large fam­i­ly, then the Col­or­ing House will solve the eter­nal prob­lem of “what to give”. Your gift will be use­ful, impres­sive and will not be lost among oth­ers.

7. Mobility is important in today’s world.

The Dream mak­ers col­or­ing house is not a mon­u­men­tal struc­ture set in a room for cen­turies. The house is assem­bled sim­ply — with­out glue, scis­sors, fas­ten­ers. It is also easy to dis­as­sem­ble the House and put it in a box, and then take it out and put it back again. The house can be “break” in the apart­ment, in the kinder­garten group, in the coun­try and even on the street.

The house con­sists of only 5 parts, and its assem­bly takes a few min­utes. An old­er child may well assem­ble a house on his own. If the child is small and you can’t do with­out the help of an adult, then you can turn the assem­bly of the house into an excit­ing game. Chil­dren are usu­al­ly hap­py to study the design, man­age the process, hold the details. By the way, the edges of the House are spe­cial­ly made wavy to pro­tect your hands from cuts.

8. Durability advantage.

For a child, the Dream­mak­ers House is both a huge 3D col­or­ing book that can be paint­ed for a very, very long time, and a full-fledged gam­ing envi­ron­ment. The focus group showed that the time of use of one house is from six months or more. There are also a lot of options for play­ing with an already paint­ed house. Moms note that the Col­or­ing House becomes a real home for all chil­dren’s toys, which helps to main­tain order in the chil­dren’s room.

9. Made in Belarus.

The col­or­ing house was pro­duced by the Belaru­sian man­u­fac­tur­er Dream mak­ers. The com­pa­ny employs spe­cial­ists who have been engaged in the devel­op­ment and pro­duc­tion of chil­dren’s toys of var­i­ous types for 28 years. Over the years, Dream­mak­ers has col­lect­ed a large knowl­edge base about the needs of our chil­dren in dif­fer­ent peri­ods of life, and we clear­ly under­stand that chil­dren’s toys must be of high qual­i­ty and safe. We are respon­si­ble for the qual­i­ty and func­tion­al­i­ty of our House, so we are not afraid to put our name in the title! Our col­or­ing hous­es pass the nec­es­sary tests and have all the required qual­i­ty cer­tifi­cates.

10. PS Night.

A nice bonus for the child will be the star­ry sky. If you turn off the light at night and turn on a flash­light or lamp in the House (but don’t use can­dles 😊), then on the walls and ceil­ing, through the fig­ures carved on the roof of the house, a pro­jec­tion of the star­ry sky will appear. And if the child is afraid of the dark, then the flash­light in the house can not be turned off, in which case the col­or­ing house will turn into a huge night light with soft light.