- My toddler loves chopping the food up. I think it's helping her with using cutlery a the dinner table too.
- No bad points to mention.
Published on: 21 November 2014
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product code: 136071
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The Wooden Cut and Play Food set is great for teaching young children about different types of fruit and vegetables. Your child will enjoy exploring the various shapes and colours as they prepare a delicious meal.
This set comes with a pretend knife to chop the vegetables in half, then once your little one has finished cooking, the vegetables can be put back together with the touch and close fastening.
Starter set of 6 pieces of wooden play food and a knife
Made from strong durable wood
Features bright colours
Foods split in half and can be put back together using the touch and close fastening
This toy inspires your child to explore and enjoy the world around them.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
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|Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 7 reviews|
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