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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.5 x 15 x 15.5 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FDFZ5W
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #570,077 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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Grow with me kitchen offers moms young activity play for toddlers and more realistic roleplay for preschoolers, in a kitchen that grows with their child. In the toddler mode the kitchen is sized appropriately in height for easy access for fun activity play. Features include a blender with peek a boo action and fun music, clicker knobs on the oven door and sink, knobs on the stove that have fun cooking sound effects, a microwave and oven, fun stacking measuring cups, a shape sorting pot with three shape sorting food pieces. For the realistic play, the height easily transforms to a preschool sized kitchen. Revealing 2 additional appliances: refrigerator and dishwasher. The blender mode changes to realistic blender action and sound effects. The shape sorting pot now can be used as a cooking pot. Accessories include: blender, drinking cup, plate, fork, spoon, spatula, stirring spoon, phone, pot with shape sorting lid, 3 shape sorting food pieces and 3 stacking measuring cups.

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My 20 month old daughter received this for christmas and she loved it.
Caroline Ahmed
After about 3 months, the front knobs stopped making the sizzling/bubbling noises, but the blender continued to work.
R. Karpinski
It really encourages imaginative play; my daughter can spend over an hour playing with it independently.
Thinking Out Loud

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on December 5, 2007
We're going to get this for our 18 month old as a Christmas present - but I've been price shopping and Toys R Us (online and in stores) has this same thing for $69.00. Just a heads up.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By sams on December 18, 2007
We bought this kitchen last Christmas for our daughter when she was 16 months. She has loved it! We have now increased the height and she continues to play with it on a daily basis.
However, the durablity of this product is poor as far as the electronic components are concerned. It just suddenly stopped working and replacing the batteries did not solve the issue. I will add that Fisher Price was willing to provide a new toy, but I had to pay to ship the entire kitchen back first. A new toy would arrive in 6-8 weeks! Are you kidding!! Who is going to take their child's favorite toy away for 2 months? I might add that we had the same issue with the Laugh and Learn House. It seems that Fisher Price has durability issues with their electonic components. For this reason I cannot recommend their products.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Linda Pagliuco TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 4, 2008
When we were shopping for a birthday present for our 1 year old granddaughter, we were surprised at how substantial today's toy kitchens have become. We chose the Grow With Me because of its convertibility - small enough for her to use now, and expandable for when she's taller. No sense cluttering up landfills with too-small-too-early discarded toys. Corina loves playing with her kitchen, especially with the blender. It's sturdy, durable, and has no sharp corners or tight doors to scratch or pinch little fingers. And her parents like the fact that all the accessories can stow away inside the oven. All in all, we're happy with this product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thinking Out Loud on April 20, 2009
We bought this kitchen for my daughter's 1st birthday. It cost $70 at Toys 'R Us, so I was pretty surprised to see the price so high here. There are a lot of other bigger play kitchens out there, with more bells and whistles, but at the $70 price, this playfully colored kitchen is simple, but still great.

My daughter loved this kitchen immediately. At its low setting (only one row of appliances available), it was the perfect height for her at age 1. It comes with enough accessories that you don't need to buy additional pieces unless you want to. Still, other people have given my daughter kitchen accessories as gifts (play food, a tea set, etc.), and those gifts did really enhance my daughter's play.

She is now 3 1/2 years old, and she still enjoys playing with this kitchen. It is now set up in the higher setting, as shown in the product photo (two rows of appliances available). This kitchen has been a staple in her play area over the last few years. It really encourages imaginative play; my daughter can spend over an hour playing with it independently. She'll pretend to do dishes, make dinner, set up a party, etc.

The only problem we had with it was the blender - when it's positioned on its stand, and the button is pressed, I think it's supposed to turn so that playful berry characters are shown through "windows". For us, when you press the button, the little balls inside the blender bounce around, and it makes noise, but that's it. If we take the blender off the stand and turn a little knob underneath by hand, we can make these little berry characters appear through "windows". So, I think we got a broken blender, but you know, it never actually mattered at all, the blender is still fun to play with the way it is.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MOFT on March 22, 2007
I just bought this today. Like most Fisher Price toys, it was very easy to assemble and is of very good quality. At $70, it is "cheap" compared to some of the other kitchens available. Other than size/height, I didn't see that the other kitchens were worth the extra money. This has 2 heights (very easy to switch between the two) - one for toddlers, and one for older kids. Although FP says this product goes up to age 5, I think the max age is 3.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. E. Wingerden on November 28, 2010
We bought this kitchen for my daughter last year (she was 15 months at the time) from Toys R Us, for $80. She was thrilled with it on Christmas morning, and it has been a "quick stop" toy for her since (she is now just over 2 years old). But when she is around the more realistic looking kitchens with more appliances, she plays with them for much longer. Although it adjusts to her height (and the sounds change to more realistic sounds when you raise it to the second level) she still doesn't play with it for long periods. I suspect because there isn't much to it. Very little counter space- her toy food is always falling behind it, and the appliances open up to just a big space. It seems rather "babyish" now that she's two, and we're considering buying one of the larger, more realistic kitchens. Perhaps we should have made one of those purchases initially. It's perfect for a very young toddler. I just don't think it has the staying power for an older toddler to remain interested in it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Karpinski on December 7, 2008
Since we got this for my daughter for her 2nd birthday over a year ago, she has just LOVED it. She loves the accessories (which we have amazingly not lost), and loved the noises the knobs and buttons make. Notice I used the word "loved" (past-tense). After about 3 months, the front knobs stopped making the sizzling/bubbling noises, but the blender continued to work. I thought perhaps it was the batteries, but didn't get around to changing them for awhile. Once I finally did, I found out it made no difference. I then tried to find a separate battery compartment for the front knobs (there isn't one). Today I went to the manufacturers website and found replacement parts for the plastic accessories and whatnot (good to know) but nothing for the part that broke. I'll be calling on Monday to see what we can do, but based on another customer review here, I'm not all that hopeful. It would have been better if those knobs had never made noise, because now my daughter is constantly begging me to change the batteries (she thinks that will fix it), and I'm a mean mommy because I won't futilely keep putting fresh batteries in there. If it weren't for that, I'd give it 5 stars, but anything that makes me the bad guy through defectiveness loses stars on general principal.
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