- FUN & EDUCATIONAL This imaginative digital print teaches children about numbers and makes the room look colorful
- EFFECTIVE BLACKOUT CURTAINS Panels block the light to keep the room dark,Polysatin Fabric
- PERFECT SIZE 48 inch by 84 inch panels will perfectly cover a large window or French doors
- EASY TO HANG Metal grommets fit a standard curtain rod to simplify hanging
- SIMPLE TO LAUNDER Machine wash in cold water, don't soak, line dry in the shade
Looking for curtains that you can count on to keep your child's room dark so that he or she can sleep well at night and during naps? The Animal Blackout Door Curtains for Kids Rooms are sure to do the job. Plus, they'll teach your child counting skills, making them as educational as they are stylish and fun. The Animal Blackout Door Curtains for Kids Rooms feature a digital printed graphic produced with sophisticated technology for crisp, highly detailed images. The design shows a game board covered with numbers ranging from 1 to 50, allowing children to get familiar with the basic numbers used for counting. Ladders lead from level to level along the chute, bringing to mind a beloved children's game. Playful animals including birds, a tiger, a lion, a turtle, a rabbit, a monkey, a hippo, a lemur, an elephant and a zebra are featured in the design for added fun. The background fades from purple to teal blue with an ombre effect that is very striking. Measuring 48 inches by 84 inches in size, the Animal Blackout Door Curtains for Kids Rooms will fully cover French doors and large windows. The heavy blackout fabric keeps the light out, and the curtains are lovingly made by skilled Indian artisans, so you can count on their quality. Simple to hang, the curtain panels have metal grommets along their tops, and they're equally easy to care for, as they are completely machine washable. Help your child develop number recognition skills that will benefit him or her throughout life and make their room look downright adorable! Order the Animal Blackout Door Curtains for Kids Rooms now.