Mrs Goodbee's Interactive Dolls House - Was £125.00 Now £48.93 Delivered @ ELC - HotUKDeals
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This truly amazing talking dolls' house nurtures and inspires positive bahaviours every day. It has a tri-fold design with 12 rooms, each with interactive surprises, and folds away for easy storage.

The house includes an incredible 400+ activities, songs, words and sounds. You can open up the house to show six rooms on each side. Mrs Goodbee's eyes move, she blinks, smiles and talks, creating endless opportunites to encourage and reward a child's positive behaviour.

Mre Goodbee's Dolls House has been designed to provide hours of imaginative fun for your child that will also prepare her for the real world. It is all about rewarding good deeds, e.g. place the doll in front of the sink in the bathroom and Mrs Goodbee praises your child, saying "You washed your hands - well done!"

At the back of the house is the Garden of Good Deeds:- this is a simple and fun way for your child to pick simple activities and make her responsible for them, e.g. make her bed, share her toys.

Mrs Goodbee Dolls House comes with a girl, baby and dog to play with.
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I'm not convinced that ELC ever genuinely sold this for £125 as the RRP is £99 in the UK! Even Harrods are only selling for £99!

My 4YO daughter took a bit of a shine to this in ELC last week, but to my uneducated eyes it looked a little cheap, plasticy and nasty. I won't be buying it for her as I don't really approve of buying role play items with batteries! Never had batteries in dolls houses in my day!

However still a good discount off the full price from ELC, and I'm sure it will bring smiles on Christmas day.

Rufus.
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*Update 11/12* Price further reduced from £60.00 to £48.93
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RufusA
I'm not convinced that ELC ever genuinely sold this for £125 as the RRP is £99 in the UK! Even Harrods are only selling for £99!

My 4YO daughter took a bit of a shine to this in ELC last week, but to my uneducated eyes it looked a little cheap, plasticy and nasty. I won't be buying it for her as I don't really approve of buying role play items with batteries! Never had batteries in dolls houses in my day!

However still a good discount off the full price from ELC, and I'm sure it will bring smiles on Christmas day.

Rufus.


I'm glad you thought and said that, at least it's not just me !! The only word I could think of was "tacky". I won't let my daughter see it in case she disagrees though !!

SS
#5
I bought this for my wee girl at £125, then saw it reduced to £75 and took it back and they gave me the difference. Is this instore too as i will be making another trip back to them !
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Thanks for the reminder that this is still available mellanie22 :)
#7
Kai our 4 year old daughter had a Dolls House on Santa's letter.

Ordered one, thanks for the tip.
#8
it sonly £19.99 home bargins

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