Kitchen Toys Fun Cutting Fruits Vegetables Pretend Food Playset for Children Girls Boys Educational Early Age Basic Skills Development 24pcs Set by Kimicare

Feature:

Brand new and high quality.
The set includes a full assortment of plastic play food in bright colors with food items for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Comes with a plastic knife for children to cut the toys of fruit and vegetables.
Made of environment-friendly plastic, no harm to kids .
It helps develop child’s mind, creativity and thinking ability and train their hand-eye-coordination and hand flexibility by their own operation.
This adorable pretend food play set is sure to keep kids imaginations running wild. Good for learning about the food groups and making healthy choices.
Children can chop fruit into half pieces that stick together with velcro, and then fit them back together.
Children can role-play by preparing fruit which will help them remember fruit names, and develop counting skills.

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD — Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Features

  • Made using the highest quality materials. Tested to be safe for kids.
  • Set (24pcs) includes: Orange, Banana, Watermelon, Corn, Grape, Strawberry, Tomato, Eggplant, Pineapple, Carrot, Knife, Cutting board and so on.
  • Safe for Kids Knife and cutting Board set is available for kids to chop food toys for meal time.
  • Help develop child’s mind, creativity and thinking ability and train their hand-eye-coordination and hand flexibility by their own operation.
  • Kitchen pretend play food fruit set for kids above 3 years old.

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3 Responses to Kitchen Toys Fun Cutting Fruits Vegetables Pretend Food Playset for Children Girls Boys Educational Early Age Basic Skills Development 24pcs Set by Kimicare

  1. kimchi says:

    and she saw something similar like this, and she was asking to have one …

  2. hambone says:

    My son loves it 🙂 This set is fun and my son loves it. He’s almost 7, so probably a bit above the target age for this toy, but he still likes to pretend a lot, and we homeschool so he has plenty of time for creative play. He really liked that the pieces have velcro so he can pretend to cut them – the velcro sticks really well so he actually has to push to “cut” the fruit. Your child will need some dexterity to do it – maybe at least 5? The set comes in a clear plastic backpack and it all fits back in…

  3. Sheleigh Gussenbauer says:

    So fun and cute

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