HABA Expedition Play Tent - 75" Tall Playhouse - A Beautiful Children's Bedroom Decor Accent
Color: Yellow, Green, Red, Tan
- Measuring 75" high and 59" wide, this tent is BIG! Roomy enough for a bunch of kids or the whole family! Perfect for wild adventure play or relaxing with a book or board game.
- Set up is easy. Just pop the tent open, easily slide in the high quality support rods, place the decorative cap on top and voila!
- The entrance can be opened and secured with ties on either side. Two mesh windows let in plenty of light during the day. High quality printed and applique designs compliment any adventure.
- The Expedition tent folds small and flat which makes storing super simple. It has two flexible support rings that can be twisted and folded into a neat space saving, storage tote.
- Sewn of the finest cotton polyester blends and mesh, it does not contain harmful chemicals such as fire retardants, water repellents, BPA, PVC and phthalates.
Warranty: 2 year limited warranty
Details: CHILDREN'S play tent, 75" tall freestanding tent for both boys and girls. Bedroom accent! by Haba USA. This tent is big it measures more than six feet high and nearly 5 feet wide but this freestanding structure will be one of your favorite places to play with your little ones. Go inside and read a book together, play a board game, or grab a flashlight and make shadow animals before bedtime. You may just find that it will replace your living room couch as the family hangout spot. Why is imagination important because often parents today think that if they give their children too much free time they are wasting opportunities for learning and preparing children for their futures. But these types of parental choices, though done with love and the best of intentions, are not a gift to children, according to current child development theory and research. Children today desperately need time and space to develop their creative imaginations free from adult agendas. Even if your children complain, I am bored! there's nothing to do please, please, please trust that if you force them to figure out for themselves how to fill their time, their innate creativity will kick in and their imaginations will soar!