My Cubby have become one of the biggest makers of childrens playhouses in Australia for many reasons. Families know they no longer need settle for the traditional idea of a cubby. Our modern designs are helping people to think about and achieve what they really want in a cubby house for their children.
The “BOX” style cubby have a HOT metal roof and is dark on the inside with many places for spiders and nasties to hide. A large percentage of parents we talk to recall nightmares about the old style cubbies and how badly thought out they really were. We have clean, simple open designs with the ONLY UV protected roof on the market. Our cubbies are cool, light and bright so spiders just don’t want to live in them! Our designs are innovative and carefully developed in every detail for the Australian climate.
As important as physical play is, the long term use of a cubby involves more mental play. The cubby represents a small house of their own to play in involving all the aspects of home. You can add a kitchen, set up a loungeroom to relax in, have a café where the kids can make their own menu’s, have a sandpit for creative play. When we integrate physical play items like firemans poles, cargo nets, rock climbing walls etc we always make sure that it is properly integrated into the cubby to encourage lots of use. A rock wall that goes nowhere will end up with short term limited play before they get bored with it.
Very few toys are designed to make children work together and rely so much on imagination and personal choices in how they play. It is a great way to learn and the more time you spend at their level showing them how to interact with each other the more they will get from it.
The purchase of a MY Cubby cubby house is not just a once off gift. It is a genuine feature of any back yard that will entertain, educate and delight your children and all children that visit for many years to come!
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