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Little Bear’s House: A Specialised Indoor Playground for Your Kids to Enjoy

Compared to other indoor playgrounds, Little Bear’s House might seem too dull and boring at first – this particular indoor playground only has toys that aren’t even powered by batteries! But don’t get discouraged, all of these toys are of high quality and prove to have educational value in many aspects of a child’s development. 

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Little Bear’s House: An Overview

Little Bear’s House makes use of toys and maximises them into something that can help contribute to a child’s development in more than one aspect. To achieve that, they only get toys from the highest quality and ethical providers of toys from Singapore and abroad. Below are some of the suppliers that they use for the toys:


BRIO is a wooden toy company founded in Sweden. BRIO has been creating quality products since the end of the 1800s. Since then, we have successfully combined innovation with respect for our heritage of craftsmanship and products. BRIO is best known for its wooden toy trains, sold in Europe since 1958. Most are non-motorized and suitable for younger children. The cars connect with magnets and are easy to manipulate.

Hearth home

hearth \ home was born out of a mother’s passion for cosy, lived-in, yet beautiful homes, and the desire to build a more sustainable lifestyle than the one she was living. It embodies parts of an inclusive space that she too wants to be part of. Her children inspire her to bring in quality wooden toys that offer endless hours of educational fun without compromising on aesthetics of your very own hearth \ homes.

Hape Toys

Hape Toys is one of the world’s largest producers of toys made from sustainable materials. Hape toys are both creatively designed and eco-friendly. Neither culture, nor language, nor gender inhibits the intuitive process of play. All of the products meet, and more often, exceed the strictest international standards for quality and safety.

Melissa & Doug

From classic wooden toys to crafts, pretend play, and games, Melissa & Doug products provide a launch pad to ignite imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions, and their purpose.

Since the company’s founding more than 25 years ago, Melissa & Doug has consistently delivered innovative products that inspire open-ended thinking, encourage kids to see new possibilities, and offer Countless Ways to Play. 

Janod Toys

Janod is a French company that specialises in traditional games and wooden and cardboard toys. Janod offers a range of colourful and original toys for children from birth to 12 years old: learning toys, pretend play, puzzles, board games, desks, creative arts and decor, outdoor games as well as timeless toys like diabolos (Chinese yo-yos), skittles, model trains and mini-vehicles and many more.

Plan Toys

PlanToys is a toy manufacturer in Trang in the south of Thailand. It was founded in 1981 and makes its toys from rubberwood, a sustainable by-product of the latex industry’s harvesting of trees. They create innovative educational toys for every developmental stage of childhood. PlanToys® incorporates thoughtful design and age-appropriate challenges to stimulate children’s creativity. Our toys encourage healthy social interaction, promote natural learning and instil a sense of wonder.

General Information

Little Bear’s House encourages children to be curious, to be creative and to be children. They also aim to be the space for supporting healthy development for children and promote family interactions. Even better, their toys are changed every four weeks to keep the playhouse exciting and fresh for our guests.  

Cleanliness is key. We provide a hygienic space where children can play safely and enjoy themselves.  We look to engage children of all ages and will cater to different ages with different styles of play. 

Little Bear’s House is able to achieve the core competencies of these types of play: 


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They aim to provide toys to help children develop spatial awareness while teaching them about colours, shapes, and basic counting. 


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Train sets provide the opportunity to have fun and to develop communication and interaction skills.


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Children use toys such as dollhouses to mimic real-life scenarios, and they gradually learn valuable life and social skills. 


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Role-playing and acting out various experiences they may have had or something that is of some interest to them.


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Puzzles are essential education learning tools for children as well as being fun.


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Sometimes it is just about having fun and spending time together. 

21 Lichfield Road, Singapore 556841

Contact Details
Call 6974 6398

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday – 9.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays – 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Monday to Friday – $20 per child for unlimited play
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays – $22 per child for 2 hours
Check out Little Bear’s House website for package options and gift card options.

Little Bear’s House Best Feature

What people would typically assume as its weak point is actually its best feature! The fact that Little Bear’s House places their focus and efforts on just toys resulted in the creation of an incredibly effective educational play space for kids. Not only that, but the staff at LIttle Bear’s House also makes sure that the toys are cleaned and sanitised given that kids can get messy when playing. This attention to detail and loyalty to principle led to what Little Bear’s House is today. 

Why We Like Little Bear’s House 

Little Bear’s House takes a really unique approach to indoor playgrounds, and even playgrounds in general, and they did it so effectively. Some indoor playgrounds are mainly for active play, and some are centred on digital features. Little Bear’s House is a fantastic option for those kids who prefer quiet and less kinetic play spaces but still entertaining and engaging in their own way. It’s also perfect for those supervising adults who want to bond and connect with their children in a closer way! 

What Others Have To Say About Little Bear’s House

Little Bear’s House is truly a unique indoor playground! Check out why it is so for this parent:

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Families especially love the peace and quiet in Little Bear’s House! 

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Step inside Little Bear’s House and let your kids have a fun, educational experience! Tell us what you think about this indoor playground down in the comments! 

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