At a glanceLovely country-style wooden play kitchen featuring a window with curtains and a play clock too.
Features and benefits for Wooden Cottage Kitchen
- Gorgeous country style kitchen
- Window with curtains and clock with movable hands
- Sink, oven, hob, cupboard and shelves
- Pull out work surface for more cooking fun
- Some self assembly required
- Kitchen accessories available separately
- Size: H93.5cm x W77.3cm x D34.2cm approx.
This enchanting Wooden Cottage Kitchen will provide years of fun play cooking. This strong and durable play kitchen has a sink, two-ring hob, oven, dishwasher and handy shelves for your kitchen accessories (available separately).
Great for your child's development:
Great for inspiring your child's imagination, your little one will love cooking up gourmet play meals. It is perfect for playtime as your child and their friends can cook together, promoting strong social skills.
ELC star quality:
We love the Wooden Cottage Kitchen because it's gorgeous wooden design and bright colours are so timeless and classic. There are lots of features to discover and play with- with doors to open, dials to turn and a clock to practise telling the time with. You can also pull out the Wooden Cottage Kitchen's work surface to play, then push it back in for easier storage. Your little one will have hours of fun cooking up adventures in this wooden play kitchen, and it'll be a favourite toy for years to come.
What you need to know:
-Kitchen accessories not included
-Size: approx H93.5cm x W77.3cm x D34.2cm
-Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts
Boil pasta on the hob or fry up a breakfast. Bake cakes in the oven or roast some potatoes. Wash up in the sink and check the time. Pull out the table to mix up a play cake or roll out dough. Pretend cooking helps your child start to understand the real world.
Young children will also enjoy looking out of the window to see the view as well as learning to tell the time one the kitchen clock.
-Peering out of the window
-Practising telling the time
-Fiddling with the oven dials and taps
-Pretending to cook and wash up
-Playing alone or playing with friends
Mothercare has a range of books and puzzles which are great for developing hand to eye coordination skills.