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  • Whether your kid loves playing with toys or colouring pictures, they will need seats. Adding simple yet comfortable child-friendly tables and chairs will set the mood for a fun afternoon inside the playhouse! It’s also best to choose lightweight ones so that it can be easily carried around and your kids can play according to their imagination. Plus, it’s less damaging to the flooring of the playhouse. A Bunny Playhouse is more than capable of accommodating some furniture for this purpose!

    2.  Encourage Them to Read

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    Fill a small plastic tub or bag with a set of relevant toys that your child can carry to the playhouse. For a play kitchen, gather toy dishes, plastic food, utensils, and some aprons in one kit.

    Art supplies like modelling clay or paper and crayons are also a great way to enhance their creativity. Organising all the kids’ stuff in this manner will let them freely choose which adventure they would like to take on for the day.

    This tip is essential not only because it’s convenient for the kids, but it also keeps the playhouse free from all the clutter. Ask your kids to check out each kit before bringing them outside, which means they won’t be allowed to get another one until they return the first one.

    4. Let Them Be Artsy

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    Make it a point that while you’re designing your child’s playhouse, you’re also enjoying the moment! If you love gardening, teach the kids how to plant and water flowers, or fill pots with artificial flowers, so they play and rearrange them. You can also add a little mailbox at the entrance of the playhouse and supply them with envelopes to colour for playing pretend post office.

    While if they want to play house, add a few housekeeping things such as toy brooms or garden tools that will make them feel like it’s the real thing. Let the kids be themselves while they’re inside the playhouse and display their artworks all around.

    Remember that decorating a playhouse doesn’t have to be frustrating. These are just some of the endless options you can do with a little playhouse. There’s a lot more to this list, but what’s more important is that you also have fun while doing it.