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House That Jack Built

product code: 138409

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age range: From 2 years


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product information

This classic game helps children learn to share, communicate and play together. It's simple yet challenging and fun. The House That Jack Built helps with colour recognition as players compete to build a house by spinning a dial: the first to do so wins the game. Build your house using the colourful shapes, spin the dial to be given a shape to use and fit the chosen shape into your house. Beware- if get the 'X', you have to remove all your shapes and start again!

Suitable from 24 months.

Quick facts:

-Shape sorting game
-First person to build their house wins
-Spin the dial and get a shape
-Lose a turn if the spinner shows a shape you already have
-Start from scratch if you land on an 'X'

How does this help my child ?

  • Problem solving
    Problem solving

    These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.


  • Weight: 0.9 kg
  • Height: 18 cm
  • Width: 4 cm
  • Depth: 4 cm

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Normally delivered within 3-5 working days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales). Exceptional delivery circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver.
FREE for orders over £40, otherwise £3.95

Express Delivery

Order before 4pm for delivery on the next working day to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
£4.95 on all orders

UK returns

ELC are happy to refund or exchange any unused merchandise returned within 30 days of purchase upon production of your receipt, as long as they are returned in an unused condition and in their original packaging. Please see Terms and Conditions for details. This does not affect your rights if the product is faulty or mis-described.

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