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It’s Share A Story Month for the Whole of May and whilst reading books is great fun, sometimes it’s just best to have a little imagination and let it run wild with your children.

Hape toys are made responsibly using non-toxic paints and glue. Hape embrace the highest standards in safety, ecological and social responsibility. Green   manufacturing are key to the Hape company philosophy. This means that you can be assured that your children’s toys are not damaging them or the environment. Hape toys encourage imagination and creativity, problem-solving and self-discovery whilst developing fine motor skills, physical skills and key social skills.

It’s important to make learning at the heart of all toys and teach children about sustainable products as they grow up, and Hape can be an important part of that.

As it is National Share A Story month, there is no better way for families to share stories with one another so generations can learn from one another. It’s fun and will help the whole family move away from TV programmes that we have become so fixated to.

Hape have a family range to encourage sharing and interaction through their carefully created toys, The Family range also encourage imagination and allow children to create their own stories.

Hape All Seasons House costs £119.99 from Babipur

A large and colourful three storey wooden dolls house that can be accessed from all sides. The house has 6 rooms, front door, movable stairs, solar panels, hanging lights and a whole host of furniture. 4 Furniture sets in total are included, kitchen, bathroom, master bedroom and media room. With colourful panels, fancy wallpapers and great accessibility so that more than one child can happily play at the same time.

To find out more http://www.babipur.co.uk/hape-all-season-doll-house.html

 

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