These versatile play packages look and feel just like the real thing! Their slightly smaller scale makes them easy to store in most play kitchens, and easy to handle as children open and close the tops, fill and empty the cans and boxes, and prepare countless pretend-play meals. The packages of Deli Cheese and Deli Slices even contain play-food pieces to add to the fun. Count them, stack them, sort them . . . then store them away in their realistic containers until your next culinary adventure!
- 8 Grocery Items
- 12 Removable Deli Slices
This elegant Victorian-aged family is looking for a happy home! The family includes a mother, father, daughter and baby sister dolls. These beautifully crafted vinyl dolls feature bendable limbs and intricately made clothing. This family will fit perfectly in all 1:12 scale dollhouses, including the Melissa & Doug Victorian Dollhouse. (Other items available in the Victorian Dollhouse Collection include: Kitchen, Nursery, Living Room, Bedroom and Bathroom furniture sets.)
Dimensions: 10.5" x 7.25" x 2" PackagedLearn More
Can you find all the animal friends? Turn the crinkly flaps to build a face that matches--or create a silly creature all your own! This crinkling, lift-the-flap, mixed-up-animals cloth book from Melissa & Doug K's Kids is durably constructed to last through story time, playtime, and the washing machine, too!Learn More
Constructive playtime awaits with this exciting cardboard floor puzzle featuring vehicles hard at work on a building site! The puzzle is an impressive 2 feet x 3 feet when assembled, and the 48 extra-thick pieces are durable and easy to clean, so they'll stay looking like new, use after use.
- 48 extra-thick pieces
- Assembled Dimensions: 2' x 3'
This lovely white cat has soft, fluffy fur that just begs to be petted. With durable, high-quality construction and surface-washable fur, Flossie makes a regal and long lasting addition to your plush toy collection!
Dimensions: 23" x 7.25" x 7.25"Learn More
Flip the flaps to find the opposites! Crinkling pages and whimsical moveable pieces make each discovery a delight. Interactive details on each page let kids race a cheetah (fast) with a tortoise (slow), move a seesaw up and down, and more. Durably constructed to last through story time, playtime, and the washing machine, too.Learn More
Stock a pretend kitchen with this collection of lidded cardboard play-food cans and you'll have all the ingredients for colorful, imaginative play. Open and close, fill and stack, sort and match--this set has a pretend-play flavor for every taste.
- Play food cans that open and close
- Includes 10 cans in a variety of sizes and designs
- Plastic lids pop on and off with ease
- Sturdy and colorful cardboard sides
- Promotes sorting and grouping, color recognition and awareness of different types of food
- Dimensions: 13" x 5" x 2.75"
This preschool-friendly clock features color-coded minute and hour hands that spin around with a simple push . . . but no matter where they point, it's always time for learning and fun! Kids can match the colors, sort the shapes, and solve the puzzle as they manipulate the color blocks and turn the hands, building cognitive and motor skills all the while. Extension activities printed right on the box encourage parent-and-child play, helping children begin to master early-learning concepts as they gain familiarity with the form of a clock and concepts of time.Learn More
Time to play! A colorful wooden clock features 12 shaped wooden blocks that fit into matching slots, plus movable hands! With lots of "timely" information on the hands and clock face, this is the perfect toy to help children master an abstract concept.
Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:
- Remove all pieces from the clock. Ask the child to line the pieces up in numerical order.
- Ask the child to name each piece and place it in the clock.
- Explain the concepts of morning, afternoon, and evening, as well as A.M. and P.M. Adjust the hands of the clock to different hours of the day. Ask the child to identify an activity he/she might be doing at these times. Repeat the activity using half-hour increments.
- Place four or more pieces in front of the child. Let him/her study the pieces before asking your child to close his/her eyes while you remove one piece. Ask the child to identify which piece was removed.