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Play Kitchen Toys Food Set - 30 pcs Kitchen Prete

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Product Description

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Let’s rustle up some deliciously mouth-watering imaginary feasts!

Children love playing different roles and scenarios in imaginative play.

The play kitchen is a great way of learning as it gives children the opportunity to imitate situations that they are familiar with,

which helps their development of life skills, motor skills and thinking processes.

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The Benefits of Kitchen Pretend Play for Children.

Creativity and Imagination

Kitchen role play is an exciting and fun activity,

which stretches the children’s imagination and enriches their creativity.

Language and Communication

Play kitchens encourage the little ones to engage in play with other children,

which enhances their social development.

Improve Life Skills

When children engage in kitchen role play, they are acting out real-life occupations and situations that they are familiar with.

This teaches children the basic cooking and cleaning concepts,

which enriches their understanding of the world and develops their life skills.

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