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Yiju Simulation Kids Pretend Play Dessert Toy Wood Cake Ice Crea

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Yiju Simulation Kids Pretend Play Dessert Toy Wood Cake Ice Crea

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Product description

Description:

- Pieces contain magnets inside holding like pieces together that can be separated using the included wooden . When finished neatly tuck away all pieces in the sturdy storage box.
- Excellent set for cubbyholes, nursery schools, kindergartens and playgroups. several children can play together, or suitable for individual play. Helps your child with language skill development by learning the names of different food groups and cutlery.
- Unique and vibrantly colored variety of food items include: cakes, donuts, ice cream, hotdogs! plus a cutting board and a . Perfect for combing with other food toys. Variety of playing scenarios and actions keep small kids engaged in imaginative and educational games.
- By cutting food items, children will develop fine motor and grip skills, development of spatial intelligence and color recognition.
- Made with BPA-free and lead-free natural wood material, non-toxic, odorless, smooth-edged, safe and durable to use.



Specification:

- Material: Wood
- Note: Children under 3 years old should be used under adult supervision.



Size Chart:

Ice Cream: 9x4cm/3.54x1.57in
Donut: 5.5x4.5cm/2.17x1.77in
Cake: 3.5x5.5cm/1.38x2.7in
Hot Dog: 7x3.5cm/2.76x1.38in
Small Cake: 4x5cm/1.57x1.97in
Fruit : 12x2.5cm/4.72x0.98in
Cutting Board: 10x14.5cm/3.94x5.71in
Packing Box: 15.5x11.5x6cm/6.1x4.53x2.36in



Package Includes:

1 Piece Mini Ice Cream
1 Piece Mini Donut
1 Piece Mini Cake
1 Piece Mini Hot Dog
1 Piece Mini Small Cake
1 Piece Mini Fruit
1 Piece Mini Cutting Board
1 Piece Mini Packing Box



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Yiju Simulation Kids Pretend Play Dessert Toy Wood Cake Ice Crea

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