Green Planet Explorers - Panda's Bamboo House
Dive into a world of imaginative play with Panda's Bamboo House from Hape! Sam, Pam, and their panda family offer an eco-friendly, yet totally cute twist on the traditional play house, sure to provide hours of entertainment for your child. Let their creativity soar!
The 3-level playset is complete with a full set of furniture and accessories – four panda figurines, two hammocks, a sun umbrella, two-floor mats, a fireplace, bed, dresser, sofa, coffee table, kitchen table with two stump seats, stove, two plates, two cups, a pan, an elevator basket on a string, suspension bridge, rope ladder, and a slide.
Your preschooler or kindergarten-age child will love having the panda figurines sit, stand and grip the accessories with their hands. It’s perfect for role play that gets their imagination going and helps develop social skills.
The house, pandas, and accessories are made of eco-friendly, renewable materials like FSC-certified wood and bamboo, and Green PE (made from the sugarcane plant). Pretend solar panels on the roof help the pandas live their own sustainable lifestyle, too – a wonderful way to encourage a sense of environmental responsibility.
- 3-level bamboo house play set for toddlers and preschoolers! Your child will love this little panda family, with all their accessories. There are four pandas in the set, and they can sit, stand and grip things with their hands.
- The play set comes with two hammocks, a sun umbrella, two-floor mats, a fireplace, a bed, a dresser, a sofa, a coffee table, a kitchen table with two stump seats, a stove, two plates, two cups, a pan, an elevator basket on a string, suspension bridge and rope ladder.
- The house, pandas, and accessories are made from eco-friendly, renewable materials including FSC-certified wood and bamboo, and Green PE (made from the sugar cane plant).
- This is the perfect toy for encouraging role play, creativity, and imagination. And it’s not only made of sustainable materials – the dollhouse has to pretend solar panels on the roof to encourage a sense of environmental responsibility.