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  • Grocery Cart
  • Grocery Cart
  • Grocery Cart

Grocery Cart

  • Recommended Age: 3-4 Year Old
Total: $ 76.98
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Create a supermarket whenever and wherever you want to experience pretend play with the Melissa & Doug Metal Grocery Cart Toy!

- This realistic Metal Grocery Cart Toy is based on the real cart kids see in stores, which takes pretend grocery play to a whole new level of realism for the most imaginative of children!
- This Metal Grocery Cart Toy features

- A sturdy metal frame with a standard large-size cart basket
- A folding metal seat to hold dolls while shopping
- Protective corner bumpers
- And front swiveling wheels for easy pushing

- At over 22 tall, the Melissa & Doug Metal Grocery Cart Toy is the perfect kid-size toy shopping cart for loading and unloading groceries at whatever market kids decide to visit.
- Easy to assemble with a realistic cart design, the Melissa & Doug Metal Grocery Cart Toy makes any shopping trip a delight for the imagination (and maybe the taste buds too).


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The Grocery Cart is a great toddler toy because it is a high-quality, durable shopping cart that will help your toddler balance when he/she is learning to walk.

After they've mastered walking, the sky is the limit as your little one will go on shopping excursions around the house. Just make sure they don't run up too big of a bill. :)


    At first this Grocery Cart will help your child practice walking behind it. Your little one will push the cart around putting toy food in and out of it. As he/she puts an item in tell your child its name.


    Your child can add a doll to the cart. He/she can pretend play and mimic your actions as he/she feeds the baby the good food he/she's bought at the grocery.


    You can expand on pretend play with other developmental toys by making up a cash register so he/she can pay the clerk at the store. Have your child make decisions like you make at the grocery store. He/she is growing in independence and by now probably has some definite ideas about what is the best kind of bread.

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