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  • Pretend & Play Healthy Lunch
  • Pretend & Play Healthy Lunch
  • Pretend & Play Healthy Lunch
  • Pretend & Play Healthy Lunch
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Pretend & Play Healthy Lunch

  • Recommended Age: 3-4 Year Old
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$24.95$19.99 You Save $4.96 (20%)
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Pretend & Play Healthy Lunch
$ 24.95$ 19.99 (10% OFF)
Total: $ 19.99

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Description


Kids can role-play their way to a healthy lifestyle with this basket full of nutritious meal options.

Made to look just like the real deal, this realistic set includes:

- a basket full of healthy lunch food
- A sturdy shopping basket
- An Activity Card

All play food pieces are actual size and wipe clean.

Basket measures 10.75 L x 5.25 W.

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Why Our Experts Love It


There is no bad food here.

This 'well-balanced' set is fantastic for pretend play and your child's growing imagination!

They can be just like mommy and daddy and will learn all about healthy eating!
  • From his/her first days of life your child has watched you take care of him/her and prepare his/her food. Now he/she will enjoy mimicking your action with this Pretend and Play Healthy Lunch of food. Your little one will play with the toddler toy food and make you a meal. After all imitation is the sincerest form of flattery!
  • You can build your childs vocabulary by saying the names of the food aloud as he or she plays. Your child will learn to listen and follow directions better as you put in your order to the chef.
  • Your little one will become the finest host or hostess. At first he/she will feed dolls and stuffed animals, but soon your toddler may feel confident enough to invite friends over for a picnic lunch.
  • You can add a cash register or a shopping cart to pretend to play grocery store. Through this imaginative play your child will practice role playing everyday situations. Role playing is one way your little one will find out who they want to be and define their sense of self.
  • Expand your childs use of adjectives by describing what the food looks like, or tastes like. They will relate it to the real foods they have eaten. "Is a banana crunchy or soft?" "What tastes sour, a pickle or ice cream?"
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards

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