Guidecraft Wooden Tabletop Theater


After a 3-month hiatus, the Guidecraft Educators are back with a new product review & giveaway! This month’s featured item is the Wooden Tabletop Theaterwooden tabletop theater

Just over 2 feet high and 2 feet wide, the Wooden Tabletop Theater arrives with minimal assembly required. It features red curtains in front and along the sides and has an interior puppet storage pocket. The top banner that reads Puppet Theatre is reversible. The other side has a blank blackboard so you can write on it. Here’s what our sign looks like:

chalkboard header

The curtains can be down or drawn, with yellow velcro ties. My children enjoyed playing with their puppet show theater on the floor with their favorite duck and frog puppets.

Guidecraft puppet show

One of my favorite features is the clock just below the opening. What a fun way to work on telling time with children!

theater clock

This Wooden Tabletop Theater would be perfect for any child’s bedroom, preschool, or kindergarten classroom. It can be part of an imaginative play area or used for learning activities. Children can practice educational concepts, like counting and spelling, using the puppets & theater. Children will love performing for their family members, friends, and teachers!

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BUY IT! Visit Guidecraft to purchase the Wooden Tabletop Theater (RV $60).

WIN IT! What’s great about this Guidecraft Educator group is that each month, one of us will be hosting the giveaway of a product that we have all reviewed. This month, visit Teach Preschool to enter to win a Wooden Tabletop Theater.

*I received the aforementioned product for free to review as a Guidecraft Educator. The opinions expressed are honest and provided without monetary compensation.

About Dr. Carrie Wells.

Dr. Carrie Wells is a college instructor, blogger, wife, and work-at-home mother to two young children, Lydia (age 4) and Bryce (age 2). Dr. Wells graduated from the University of Florida in 2001 with a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education and in 2002 with a Master’s degree in special education. After teaching children ages 3 – 21 with varying abilities for several years, she completed her Doctorate in special education in 2008 from Nova Southeastern University. After becoming a mother in 2009, Dr. Wells began blogging as Huppie Mama, writing about child development, healthy eating, crafts, and natural living.
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