Budding little artists can express their creativity with Hape's 3-in-1 easel. With a blackboard on one side and a magnetic white board on the other, it is a versatile tool to draw, write and play from age 3.With the included paper roll and paint containers, the artistic possibilities are simply endless!What will your child's next masterpiece be?
The 5-in-1 Beach Set by Hape is a great tool to play in the sand and have fun digging holes, making it rain and building magnificent structures! With two shovels, a bucket, a castle mold and a sand/water sprinkler, little builders will have all they need to create great realms by the water.
Hape's ABC Magnetic Letters are perfect to help your child learn their alphabet.Depending on their level, they can work on matching the upper case and lower case letters, recognizing them while reciting or ordering them alphabetically.Learning the alphabet it fun with these colourful magnetic letters!
Available in-store only. This All-in-one Kitchen by Hape is the ideal model for little chefs from 3 years old.Let your child make you delicious dishes while they develop their creativity.The realistic details on this deluxe set, such as the hood lamp and authentic microwave ''ding'', will delight your little cook in training.
Budding little artists can express their creativity anywhere with Hape's multi-function art studio. This tabletop set is easy to use and transport. With the included eraser, the artistic possibilities are simply endless!What will your child's next masterpiece be?
The Baker's Beach Set by Hape is perfect for little bakers in training who want to practice their skills on the beach.With 3 molds of different sizes and shapes and 2 utensils, they'll have all they need to make delicious structures by the water.
The Hape barrow is perfect for all little sandbox architects!With this great wheelbarrow, you wont have to look for scattered toys anymore.You can also carry all your discoveries with you, from wonderful shells to bizarre stones, or twigs for the BBQ...And why about taking your dolls on a guided tour?