Wooden play food

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Play Food Set: Wooden Food Toy Sets Wooden Toys for Kids - Etsy Wooden Play Food, Wooden Play Kitchen, Kids Wooden Toys, Kids Kitchen, Kitchen Dishes, Kids Toys, Play Food Set, All Things New, Cheese Bread

A detailed set of products that you will fall in love with at first sight. All parts are well sanded and pleasant to touch. The set includes: - a bottle of milk - six eggs with a tray - butter and a piece of cheese - bread - linen bag for storage Characteristics: Size: Egg tray: 11 x 7 x 1.5 cm / 4.33 x 2.75 x 0.59 inches Bread: 11 x 5.5 x 3.5 cm / 4.33 x 2.16 x 1.37 inches Butter: 7 x 4.5 x 1.5 cm / 2.75 x 1.77 x 0.59 inches Paint: non-toxic water-based paint Recommended age: from 3 years…

Hana Elsokkary
Wooden Play Food DIY - A Beautiful Mess Kids Play Kitchen Set, Ikea Play Kitchen, Play Kitchens, Kitchen Stuff, Play Food Diy, Wooden Play Food, Kid Hacks, Baby Diy, Wooden Shapes

I love that we are starting to get into the world of "pretending" here at our house. Our toddler Lola is 18 months now and adores the play kitchen that we modified for her and I thought that some play food items would be a perfect addition to her new play world. I figured that painting some wooden shapes and adding labels would be an easy and cute way to create some food items for her and I love how they turned out!

Lia Camargo
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This wooden play food set is perfect for young chefs looking to explore a little mealtime fun--without the mess! It includes eight pieces of wooden food that can be sliced into 27 sections, a cutting board, and a wooden knife. Cutting the food makes a satisfying "crunch"--and provides a playful introduction to concepts of "whole," "part," and fractions.Details• Wooden play food set with pieces that stick together and come apart with a satisfying "crunch" sound as kids slice them apart•…

Evonne Marshall