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  • Wooden Theatre Stage
  • Wooden Theatre Stage
  • Wooden Theatre Stage
  • Wooden Theatre Stage

Wooden Theatre Stage

  • Recommended Age: 4-5 Year Old
Total: $ 55.00
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- Sturdy, yet easy to store, our colorful wood-panel stage provides lots of opportunities for imaginative puppet play.
- Comes with curtains and tiebacks.
- Minimal assembly required.

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Why Our Experts Love It

Raise the's showtime!

Spark your child's imagination through pretend play - and buy a ticket to their show! This theater stage is not too big, not too small...just right for little kids putting on a puppet show of their own making.


We love it for 2 MAIN reasons:

- The size is perfect for little hands
- It is very durable which leaves more time for imaginative play

Grab a couple puppets and tune in to the show your children with put on for you!
  • The Wooden Puppet Theatre is a great educational toy for your little one to expand his/her imagination. They let you pretend to be any animal or person you want to be. And because the puppeteer is hiding behind a stage, a puppet theater is a great way for a child to overcome performance anxiety and find his/her voice.
  • Your preschooler can use animal puppets to go on a jungle adventure or hang out at the zoo. Encourage your child to give each animal a different funny voice and make the animal sounds. You can also teach your little one facts about the animals, like where they live or what they eat.
  • Use people puppets, like community helpers to learn about different jobs in society. Your child can react to emergency calls and go to the rescue. This is a memorable tool to teach safety information. For example, if there is a fire stay low to the ground, or stop, drop and roll.
  • Role playing with puppets defines your child's core sense of himself/herself. Your child will find out more about who he/she is and what he/she likes about different roles in society.
  • Play acting with puppets is great for teaching collaboration. Ask each child to try to remember what his/her friend's puppet said in the act before. This also improves memory skills.
  • Have the children get together and put on a puppet show. They can add puppets, like ones they've made on their own on popsicle sticks. Putting on a play together is another great way to build teamwork skills.

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  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards