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Pacific Play Tent's "Teacher" Chair

Hello neighbors!

What a beautiful day here today.  I have a really neat chair for review from Pacific Play Tents.  I chose fuchsia for mine, but they do come in blue, orange, grape or green also.  They are recommended for ages 10+ and are $54.

This is the perfect chair for playing games, watching a video, or to take to a park or ballgame.  They fold flat for easy storage and transporting.  No difficult set-up or assembly required.  I like them because they give back support.  We have used it in our new living room.  Oftentimes when all of us are there (8), we have someone sitting on the floor.  The "Teacher's" Chair is our solution.  It is also helpful when we have young friends visiting.  You can adjust the position of the back and when you are done, just fold it in half and then straighten it out flat.

Pacific Play Tents carries so much more than just the "Teacher's" chairs.  Do you remember back in school, playing with a large parachute during recess?  I do and they have them available on their website.  They also have small play tents to set up on the floor, or they have the bed tents that fit on your child's bed.   Or, how about a teepee?  What child doesn't enjoy having their own personal space?

Be sure to check out all that Pacific Play Tents has to offer.  Many of their products make indoor time more fun.  Great for rainy or sick days.  They have free shipping on totals over $50.  Be sure to follow their social media too!
Facebook - HERE
Twitter - HERE
Youtube - HERE

Pacific Play Tents is going to give the winner of this giveaway a $50 GC to use toward anything on their site.  You will be required to pay the balance of anything you purchase over the $50.  They are several different items to choose from that are under the $50 total.  Have fun, take a look around, and be sure to enter.

See you soon!

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Angie Bailey said…
I like the Moe the Monkey- Chair.
Beth said…
I'd like the playchute parachute
I like the Knight Slumber Bag.
618mom said…
Ilike the Paul The Pirate - Chair
latanya t said…
Playchute Parachute - 10 Foot- Rainbow
Angela Saver said…
I would love to get the My Little Tent 48 Inch X 48 Inch X 42 Inch!
Angela Saver said…
I would love to get the My Little Tent 48 Inch X 48 Inch X 42 Inch!
Heather Dawn said…
I would love to have the Space Module 48 Inch X 48 Inch X 42 Inch.
Leela said…
Kings Kingdom Combo.
denisekonkel said…
I like the treehouse tent!
andrea v said…
Dancing Fairies Castle 6 Foot X 5 Foot X 49 Inch
Item Number: 49300
Colleen Maurina said…
I like their Super Duper Four Kid Play Tent - fun!
Lauren said…
I like the One Touch Lil Nursery Tent.
Haydensmommy05 said…
I would love the one touch cabana for outdoor playtime! Trisha Burgess
Shelly Leatham said…
I love the Moe the Monkey Chair!
Jennifer Wilson said…
I like both the green messy mat and the toy and ball tote. :)
I would love to get the My Little Tent 48 Inch X 48 Inch X 42 Inch. The light blue one.
Anonymous said…
I really like the parachutes. Patricia
MamaStace said…
I'd love to get my kids the Playchute Parachute, 10 foot.


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