Simple wooden dolls with felt tunic and caps. They love living in our tree houses. Their simple non-gender specific design appeals to both girls and boys.
Doll houses engage children in imaginary play which provides important educational benefits for intellectual and social development. When children are engaged in imaginary play they are able to freely investigate and learn about the world around them. During pretend play children use symbolic representations for the objects and actions they are exploring. When children role-play and explore dialogue it helps them develop social, emotional, and intellectual skills. According to child development experts, role-play helps children acquire confidence and a sense of self. Role play is also a key component to learning.