School House Play Tent
Age range 3 years thru 10 years
Toy Type CH -- FP -- Fantasy Play Your child will enjoy many imaginary school days, as a teacher, a student, the principal, or even the librarian. Young minds will stay engaged with the replaceable poster cards. Child can change the learning center with easy wipe-off sign. The tent-pole construction--sets up in minutes (adult assembly required) andncludes a nylon bag for convenient storage. There are many other features included. Large size, movable clock hands, transparent pocket for sign cards on both sides, slot to insert books or papers, double-sided wipe-off sign card, Contents summary: 1 Play Tent Covering, 12 Tent Pole Assemblies, 6 Pole Connectors, 5 Double-Sided Sign Cards, 1 Wipe-Off Sign Card, 1 Instructions, 1 Storage Bag. Many benefits including Fosters imaginary role-playing with many developmental benefits. Develops vocabulary and language skills. Develops recall as children recreate scenes from their memory. Practice solving problems from real life scenarios. Children can develop their own conclusions. Encourages children to explore, investigate, and experiment. Provides a safe haven to act out and discuss real life issues. Children can gain an understanding of life in the real world through discovery and deductive reasoning. Helps children understand the difference between fantasy and reality. Gives children control, which builds responsibility and self esteem. Helps children understand the adults in their life better. Supports the development of executive functioning skills. Children learn to empathize. Children can develop their own personality. With its large size, encourages social play, with its many development benefits: Develop verbal and non-verbal communication skills. Learn to listen. Learn to negotiate roles and activities. Learn to control impulses. Share and respect the opinions of others. Learn to express feelings. Exercises the imagination and develops creative thinking. Helps children gain an understanding of school life. Learn how to tell time with a clock. Learn a variety of early learning concepts from the signs, including: Alphabet. Upper and lower case letters. Numerals. Counting. Colors. Days of the week. Fruits. Solar System. Reading a graph. Reading a time schedule. Types of nutritious food. Components of a meal. Weather and temperature. World map, with continents and oceans. Compass directions. Positive character traits. Test vision and color detection. Wipe-off signs encourage development of artistic ability.