Village House

The Village house evokes the play urge in all children with its curved roof and a nice desk and bench inside. They will come back for more play again and again. The dramatic play scenarios of the house know no limits: there is room for continued role play that children will return to again and again. The desk and bench inside will stimulate breaks and function as table, too. The stair and slope in and out the house makes varied accesses that stimulate both crawling and climbing. This trains cross-coordination, that is fundamental to the ability to e.g. read. When children do dramatic play, they play out an understanding of everyday scenarios negotiating through their life observations. While doing so, they constantly talk and communicate with their peers, thus hugely stimulating language skills and thinking skills.