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  • Garden Fruits & Vegetables
  • Garden Fruits & Vegetables
  • Garden Fruits & Vegetables
  • Garden Fruits & Vegetables
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Garden Fruits & Vegetables

  • Recommended Age: 2 Year Old
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Mmmhmm...we love fresh fruit straight from the garden!

- The Garden Fruit & Vegetables are a great way for toddlers to learn about the rewards a garden can bring!
- Each lifelike fruit and vegetable can be pulled apart, peeled, or sliced -- as if it were the real thing!
- This soft plastic food set includes lettuce, pineapple, orange, banana, pea pod, cauliflower, onion, peach, an ear of corn and and a plastic knife for cutting fruits and veggies.

- DIMENSIONS: 7 5/8 X 3 1/8 X 6 PACKAGED

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I'll take a fresh corn on the cob, please.

We just love a good toy that will really spark a child's imagination through pretend play! Your child will be learning about good eating habits to stay healthy.

We hear veggies make you grow! And the little pieces have just enough resistance (with the velcro) to strengthen the little muscles of their hands and help with dexterity.
  • Expand your child’s vocabulary and food repertoire.  Use these Garden Fruits & Vegetables to help start a dialogue about healthy eating choices.
  • Your child will enjoy cutting these vegetables and using them to cook.  Add a puppet or doll and your child can pretend to play restaurant or store with these foods.
  • Children like to carry tote bags – this one can be used to store the groceries or other items your child wants to bring along.  Play a guessing game: pick an item from the bag and describe it to your child. Have them guess what it is, without looking.
  • Play a categorization game and group the foods by color or texture (soft or crunchy).
  • Develop pre-math skills of counting and fractions, number-item association, and half vs. whole.
  • When your child gets a little older they will enjoy helping you in the kitchen! Cooking activities are a wonderful way of teaching new vocabulary (verbs, adjectives) and sequencing skills, not to mention that it is a great way to spend time with your child.  

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