Freeform Katia

November 6, 2006

Smith playhouse

Filed under: maja, out'n'about — freeformkatia @ 8:58 am

On Sunday morning Richard and I took Maja to the Smith Playhouse. This house is really cool, basically it’s just filled with toys! And it’s free! What could be better? There are 3 floors, the basement has bikes, carts, etc.; the ground floor has larger scale equipment for kids to climb on/through; the second floor has smaller manipulative toys for the younger kids. The outdoor playground was unfortunately closed, so we couldn’t go on the giant wooden slide… but now that I know where the house is and how to get there, I think we’ll be going more often and I’m adding it to my list of indoor toddler activities in Philly.


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3 Comments »

  1. Oh my god, we need a Smith House. It’s torrential rain (has been for days), no end in sight. What to do with the toddler???? The darn pool’s weekend hours are his naptime (1-4 pm). The darn mall is 20 min away, the darn library expects you to be quiet. All that being said, we did see some cool model trains at a trade show at the library yesterday. Toot Toot!

    Comment by Lynette — November 6, 2006 @ 12:33 pm

  2. Oooch, that sucks. Our local library, too, is only open on Saturday afternoons during nap time.

    Comment by freeformkatia — November 6, 2006 @ 2:37 pm

  3. Remember? That must be the place the child’s sitter told me about when I chatted with her in the playground – she mentioned the dollhouse and the ‘several’ floors. Glad you found out about it. Mom

    Comment by Ilse — November 9, 2006 @ 10:19 am


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