Sweepstakes Diva

Click N’ Play Veggie Cut Set

on December 7, 2015

veggie cut setI just got this great set of pretend veggies from Click N’ Play Homeco.  This is a really fun way to spark some imaginative play in your little ones.  This is a set of pretend food, this set is veggies.  You get 10 different veggies (corn, carrot, tomato, peppers, and more).  The fun thing about these is that they are in two halves and held together by velcro so they can use the included cutting board and knife to pretend to cut the veggies in half.  They are made of durable plastic and hold us really well.  I got this for my six year old, she loves to play pretend.  She has a little play kitchen and grocery store.  So I got this set for her to use with her playsets.  She spends hours playing with her kitchen pretending to cook, the cutting addition to these veggies really helps to spur the imagination.  She loves them!

Here is some additional information from the company:

  • This brightly colored set of plastic vegetables comes apart into segments by slicing them, then fit back again with Velcro
  • Children can pretend-slice vegetables on the cutting board with the included knife
  • Set includes a variety of 12 different vegetables with a cutting board and knife
  • Made using the highest quality materials. Tested to be safe for kids
  • Helps develop child’s mind, creativity and thinking ability and train their hand-eye-coordination and hand flexibility by their own operation. Develops fine motor skills, great for OT (occupational therapist)

You can purchase this item on Amazon!

I received this item complimentary or at a reduced price for my honest review. However, I only recommend products I truly love and use to my readers. #AmazonReview

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