Why Play with a Play Kitchen?
1. Creativity + Role Play
Pretend play gets kids engaged in storytelling as they act out new scenarios and communicate what imaginary things are going on ¨C a great way to flex creativity and language skills!
2. Physical + Motor Skills
Play kitchens present kids with so many ways to practice their motor skills, like grasping and using small accessories and utensils, opening and closing doors, and turning oven knobs.
3. Language + Social Skills
Role playing requires kids to engage in storytelling as they make up scenarios and communicate with others about what role they¡¯re playing. They also have to react and build off of what the other person said or did.
1. Let the kids cook for you for a change! Place the pot and pan on the stove, and listen as food starts to bubble and sizzle! Realistic lights and sounds add to the pretend play fun!
2. Start a game of 'restaurant' - take orders over the included play phone, then use the oven, stove and microwave to whip up whatever comes to the imagination!
3. When the cooking is done, kids can clean dishes in the swivel sink! Storage bins and molded-in shelves and dish rack make organization a breeze!
Item type: Pretend play toys
recommended age24 months - 6 years
Color: As shown
acking: Color box
Size: 40.5 * 26.5 * 7.5cm