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Fisher-Price Dora's Talking Kitchen

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  • Dora's Talking Kitchen brings Dora's adventures into kitchen role play!
  • Children can go on Dora recipe adventures with the help of the 5 recipe adventure maps and 25 play pieces!
  • It captures the unique Dora styling with a life-size Dora who will be cooking right along with the child.
  • Also included are bilingual phrases, music and sound effects.
  • Life-size Dora figure included.
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Product Description

Product Description

Bring Dora's adventures into the kitchen for a fresh batch of pretend play.

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Ask anyone who’s ever set foot in a kitchen and attempted to prepare a meal: cooking is an adventure. So it stands to reason that Dora the Explorer, everyone’s favorite bilingual adventurer, has a kitchen worthy of investigating. This entertaining and comprehensive play set features a stove, sink, range, whirring blender, and refrigerator for budding chefs to "cook" their inspired masterpieces. There’s even a radio that plays music and a telephone that really rings.

Kitchen accessories
A plethora of play foods and utensils will keep small ones occupied for hours.
With 28 different food and utensil items included, the imagination can extend pretty far. But if your child tires of playing with the plastic pieces, they can start playing the games on the interactive touch screen instead. There are five recipe adventures that teach kids the ingredients in certain dishes, as well as the locations where those ingredients can be found (tomatoes in the garden, for instance). These food-based excursions challenge cooks-to-be and offer a new twist on traditional kitchen play.

Touch screen
A touch screen encourages kids to play food-based games and learn recipes.
Of course, the kitchen is chock full of realistic sound effects, and even has phrases in both English and Spanish--just like Dora. Speaking of that adventurous young girl, a life-size Dora figure stands to one side of the kitchen to keep kids company. When not being used, the various pieces can be stored in the oven or refrigerator until it’s time to prepare the next meal. This set is a fantastic way to encourage kids to have a love of cooking. Three AA batteries are required, but not included.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 23.7 x 26.6 inches ; 18.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0007ZCJ2A
  • Item model number: H1581
  • Our recommended age: 24 months - 6 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #499,399 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By J. M. Opella on October 14, 2005
For my daughter's 2nd birthday, she received the Disney Princess Talking Kitchen. It was cute but started falling apart in about 6 months. When I saw the Dora kitchen in the stores, I knew that she would love it. She's almost 3 now and I must say she plays with this almost every day.

The kitchen components are made of plastic and while they are not as thick as a Little Tykes kitchen, they are definitely better than the Princess kitchen. It took me about 45 minutes to assemble this with no assistance.

It is somewhat small width-wise and sits flush against a wall. Two toddlers (or 4 year olds) could easily stand side by side and play together. There is a refrigerator with "pictures" of Dora and Boots and you can slide in your own photos on top of Dora. This also comes with a cooktop, and oven plus 3 cards that slide into the recipe slot at the top of the kitchen.

The food and accessories are also excellent and help the child incorporate those recipe cards so they can "make" Cowboy Cookies, Empanadas and a couple of other dishes.

As far as the limited sounds and the disappointment that many are expressing, I'm quite happy. But I'm also a big believer that today's toys rely too heavily on electronics and batteries and take away from a child using their own imagination. My kids have repeatedly asked where the batteries go (in other toys) and the other day, my almost 3 year old held up a stuffed animal and asked "what does this do?". But I digress.

Dora says some phrases in English and Spanish and will prompt your child to gather ingredients for those recipes.

I'm also eager to get the other food sets that just came out for this kitchen.
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100 of 106 people found the following review helpful By J. Hansen on August 21, 2005
My three year old received this for her birthday and she absolutely loves it (barely stops cooking long enough to eat real food and sleep, lol).

BUT!

Mommy is a little disappointed. I heard Dora and Map take you on a cooking adventure to find ingredients. I'm not sure I'd call it an "adventure". For instance, one recipe card is for Strawberry Pancakes. You insert the card into Map and all Dora says is, "Let's make strawberry pancakes. Let's go on an adventure to find ingredients. We need strawberries (then also says the Spanish word for strawberries), butter (then Spanish word for butter), and eggs (and Spanish word for eggs).".

That's it. No, now mix the ingredients and pour into the pan, nothing. No, first you go over strawberry mountain to get the strawberries, lol. I was just expecting more than 3 ingredients to be mentioned for each recipe card.

Another thing I don't like is the phone. You can pick the phone up and it rings. You talk to Diego, Boots, and Abuela. But NO DORA!?!?

The blender makes a few different sounds, including the normal blender sounds, then Dora also tells you it's a blender (using both English and Spanish). Same with the radio.

That's all the interaction you get with the kitchen.

Overall the kitchen is durable. The fridge and oven doors stay shut and aren't flimsy. There are two picture frames on the fridge door and you can insert your own pictures into the frames.

It was not difficult to assemble either. Everything just snaps into place and then screws are inserted to hold it in place. It took me about 45 minutes with several interuptions from my three year old to put this kitchen together.

But my daughter is happy, and that makes me happy.
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44 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A toddler mommy on July 22, 2005
I got this for my 2 yo Daughter who LOVES dora. for the price of $79 it isnt worth it.

only the map, blender and radio make sounds. nothing else does.

some other sets have hundreds of noises but not this one.

if you are buying it for pretend play or just because it is DORA (which was our case b/c daughter went nuts when we saw it and cried for it) then you will be happy. But if you want one that makes noises or is interactive etc then dont buy this one.

i knew better than to buy this thing. ugg. now it is put together and just dont feel like lugging it to the store for a refund.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Nancy on November 16, 2006
I bought this item because it was Dora. I was disappointed with quality of the plastic, compared to the Little Tikes kitchen. Otherwise, great idea if they improved the durability.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By H. Hoopes on January 29, 2006
MY DAUGHTER ABSOLUTELY LOVES DORA AND THIS KITCHEN.SHE LOVES ALL THE PARTS THAT TALK, ESPECIALLY THE PHONE.SHE IS ALWAYS COOKING MOMMY AND DADDY SOMETHING ON HER STOVE, AND WE ALL SIT AT THE TABLE AND (PRETEND) TO EAT IT.SHE HAS LOTS OF FUN WITH THIS TOY.I WOULD EVEN SAY IF YOUR KID ISNT CRAZY ABOUT DORA THEY WOULD STILL LIKE THIS, OF COURSE IF THEY LIKE DORA THEY WILL KNOW THE MEANINGS BEHING SOME OF THE THINGS,BUT ANYWAYS.I DO WANT TO COMMENT ON THE DURABILITY, MY DAUGHTER IS A BIT CRAZY AT TIMES WITH HER TOYS AND I CAN TELL YOU THIS TOY WILL NOT BRAKE, THE OVEN DOOR COMES OFF ONCE IN AWHILE BUT IT POPS RIGHT BACK ON THERE, GOOD AS NEW!! I HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL IN SOME WAY.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lillian on November 16, 2006
I think us parents are forgetting the reason these toys are made. They are made to make our children happy not us. My daughter loves her kitchen. The smile on her face makes me happy. All she talks about is Dora so the fact that she is "cooking" in Dora's kitchen is just fine with her.
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