Sliceable Fruits & Veggies

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Sliceable Fruits & Veggies

$14 Gilt
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  • Let children match together, then "slice" foods apart.
  • Provides a safe way to include kids in family meal preparation, encourage healthy eating habits and introduce food vocabulary
  • Made of durable, non-toxic plastic
  • Features play food pieces that join by hook-and-loop fasteners-great for exploring how parts come together to make a whole
  • Builds fine motor skills as kids slice fruits and veggies with the pretend knife
  • Includes strawberry, orange, plum, pear, pineapple, carrot, corncob, tomato, green pepper, lettuce head, play knife and cutting board
  • Corncob, measures 4½ inches in length
  • Knife, measures 6 inches in length
  • Cutting board measures 6 inches in length by 3¾ inches in width
  • Recommended ages 3 and up

Material: Plastic

Brand: Learning Resources

Origin: Imported

Learning Resources produces more than 1,100 hands-on, educational toys beloved by little learners as well as their parents and teachers. Headquartered in Illinois, the company creates toys for children ranging from preschool age to middle school — the most critical years for learning. Learning Resources categorizes many of its innovative offerings under such popular brand names as Gears! Gears! Gears! (a brightly colored building set appropriate for boys and girls ages three to ten), Pretend & Play (including fruit and vegetable play food sets, play picnic baskets, and pretend doctor and fishing kits), and Smart Snacks (featuring the Stack & Count Layer Cake and the Counting Cookies math skills builder). Reading and phonics books, Classroom Jeopardy!, and fractions flash cards will give your kids an edge in the classroom and help them develop the skills they’ll use for the rest of their lives.