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Step2 Wonderball Fun Playhouse
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- Working Dutch door provides open and close play
- Flip the balls into the house or into the maze with the included flipper
- On the outside, toss balls on the roof and watch as they fall through the maze of activities, making fun plinking sounds as they go!
- On the inside, place balls on the planks and watch the fun "plinko" effect
- Bottom basin is the perfect place to store the balls once playtime is over
- Includes 20-piece play ball set plus a pitcher and pot
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Your kiddos will have a ball with the Step2 Wonder Ball Fun House! This magical playhouse has an open design and bright color scheme that will fascinate children. Tots will develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination as they toss the balls onto the roof and throughout the playhouse. The compact frame of the fun house will fit inside a playroom or outside in the yard. The Wonder Ball Fun House will keep your kids active for hours!
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|Item Dimensions||36 x 33 x 42 in||23.5 x 15.25 x 41.25 in||25 x 66.5 x 57.5 in||47.5 x 47.5 x 60 in||30.7 x 54.3 x 56.7 in||51 x 35 x 46.5 in|
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Assembly took about 45 minutes or so, and was pretty easy. The only downside to assembly is that there are no pre-drilled holes for the large screws, but there are slight divots that show where to place the screws. Use a drill, and things will go very smoothly.
Just a neat concept overall. Plenty of places for the balls to go, and plenty of balls included (20).
Large enough for more than one child.
The balls more often than not don't end up staying in the green slotted base at the bottom after traveling through the curved purple tubes. The balls will bounce in and then right out. If there are already balls in there, other balls will hit them and then bounce out.
Balls can get stuck in the small pitcher if you're not careful.
Lack of screw holes (as mentioned above)
Incredibly non-durable balls. I'm waiting for my son to step on them and crush them. Squeezing them too hard could even ruin them.
Overall, I'm glad we bought this.
Ours is inside but once the weather warms again I think it will move outside and be just fine.
My only criticism is that is sort of light and the babes easily push it around on the carpet. It's not a huge problem but worth mentioning. It's not a tipping problem, just inconvenient to walk into the room and run into the darn thing because they've moved it around.
Putting this together was pretty easy, so I don't have a lot to say about that. It's not very big, so that was nice since this is in our living room.
My son loves it so far.
My only complaints are the balls are very soft, probably so they don't make a lot of noise.
Since they are so soft, my 18 month old has been crushing them so they are unusable. (Photo attached) If you step on them, they are done.
The other thing is the ball launcher is not staying in the slot so my son is also yanking it out pretty easily. You also have to bend it pretty far back for the balls to hit the top of the roof, otherwise the balls hit the inside of the roof when launched and can hit whoever is inside the playhouse. We've tried change the position of the launcher to correct this but get the same result.
It is very entertaining for him and well made other than these two issues I have mentioned.
*** UPDATE 3/13/16***
At this point, all of the balls have been crushed, and he uses it more as a jungle gym to climb on, LOL!
The "kitchen" area looks nothing like a kitchen (photo attached), so I'm honestly confused what the point of the pot and pan are other than a selling point.
I bought a bag of 100 balls from Walmart to be able to use this house again. Not happy that I had to pay more money but my son loves that feature.