Little ones can relate to a house full of animals as they seek out their furry friends behind the doors of this colorful home. My little buddy didn’t even wait for me to take it out of the box and put it under his arm to claim it as his own and took off to play. He pulled the doors open to reveal the animal associated with the food on the door–cheese/mouse, carrot/bunny, fish/kitty, and bone/dog. He had such fun while building language skills of naming and association while exercising his fingers for fine motor control getting ready for writing. This flat wooden house is so portable for a toddler to take his learning on the road and invites repeat play. Kids never tire of hide and seek! My little friend just said, “Where is the house puzzle? I love it!”