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Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table
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- The Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table is an interactive play center that brings kitchen and food role-play to life
- Recognizes every Servin' Surprises food item and responds with appropriate phrases, sound effects and songs
- Oven slides off and stovetop flips to convert into an activity table
- Center of table also provides storage for easy clean up
- Comes with magical serving tray, pizza, cookies and service for 2
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The Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table is full of surprises for kids--like a "magic" tray that recognizes the food being served with songs & different phrases like "Who wants pizza?" or "Mmmm, cookies!" There are songs to teach kids about manners and cleanup too! Plus a stovetop with a burner that makes cooking sounds and an oven with light and timer sounds. When you flip over the stovetop and remove the oven--surprise! It becomes an activity table! Place settings and food pieces store right inside table.
The Play Kids Are Hungry For!
With the Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table, kids can make, serve, share, pretend, sing and more--like never before! The "magic" serving tray brings role play to life for kids when it recognizes the food they're serving with songs and different phrases such as "Who wants pizza?" or "Mmmm, cookies!" There are even songs about manners and cleanup! The table includes four slices of pizza with toppings and pizza cutter, cookies with cookie sheet, and place settings for two, so kids can serve up what they've prepared to parents or friends!
What Do We Learn from Preschoolers?
"Watching kids pretending to cook has shown us that their favorite part comes when they get to serve what they've 'created!' Whether it's a tea party, a birthday party, or a family dinner, the pride they feel when they come to the table to share what they've prepared really shows on their faces. This not only supports imaginative play, but also encourages sharing and social skills."-Lisa L., Child Research Specialist
Want to Add More to the Menu?
Bring other items to the Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table, like the Fisher-Price Servin' Surprises Birthday Party Set, Tea Party Set, Barbecue Set, High Chair Set, and Ice Cream Party Set (sold separately) and place them on the "magic" serving tray for more songs, more phrases, and more delicious fun!
What's in the Box
Table with convertible stovetop, removable oven, serving tray, four slices of pizza with toppings, pizza cutter, four cookies, cookie sheet, two forks, two spoons, two cups, two plates, and six AA batteries.
Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table
At a Glance:
- Kitchen play set converts to activity table
- Table's adjustable height helps it grow with your child
- "Magic" tray recognizes food and plays songs and phrases
- The tray plays more songs with additional food sets
- Place settings and food pieces store inside table
- Two years and up
- six AA R06 batteries (included)
Top Customer Reviews
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We had been looking for an activity table that would set nicely in our living room, and was delighted to try this one from Vine to set up our granddaughter. In fact, since she loves cooking (cooks in the pool, in the bathtub, and with all of the kitchen implements in her bedroom), the kitchen parts were an added plus for her.
If you aren't watching the video, there are 14 parts to assemble, 24 (Phillips head) screws, and 6 AA batteries to bring this project together. I had intended to put it together later, but UPS left it on my porch while we were grocery shopping, and my granddaughter immediately wanted to play with it. It took a short time to assemble it (mostly screwing things in place), but the instructions were easy, and it came out very study. Given the price, I find it a great combo deal that will work with kids, especially when you are working with a small area as we are.
The table at the lower level is VERY short, although it might be useful for toddlers. We immediately adjusted it to the taller height, and she was able to get a chair under it, so it will do the dual duty as an activity table. I especially appreciate that the center is designed to hold the toys that come with it, so they can stay together. With her imagination, she puts everything inside it at night and calls it "the dishwasher."
The extra special part was that the pizza comes in pieces and can be turned over to make either veggie or pepperoni pizza. The plates and silverware are good size, and the cups are actually large enough that she wanted to drink out of them.Read more ›
Tea set - cute. But most little girls have a tea set. I wouldn't get this one unless you just need one. It had a tea pot that has a stream of tea come out of it (cute) .. extra cups that get put everywhere. Some silverware, and a creamer + sugar container. Also has 4 little treats. The tray that everything goes on was a little difficult to assemble, just because I had to line everything up just right. Honestly, I think the only one who has put this set on the orange tray is me. My almost three year old mixes and matches this set with her Laugh and Learn set. I think it holds her attention better. Personally I'd skip this set
Baby high chair - Now this is cute. It attaches to the table and removes easily. You can put just about any small baby doll in it. The little food tray is cute, and my little one likes to pretend with it. The spoon that comes with it is supposed to "magically" change to which one of the three foods you choose. It's actually difficult for me and my husband to get the slot to match up just right. It has little teeth in each food that turn the spoon. Great idea, but not the greatest implementation.Read more ›
WHAT'S IN THE BOX:
* Table with convertible stovetop
* Removable oven and "magic" serving tray
* Four slices of pizza with toppings
* Pizza cutter
* Four cookies
* Cookie sheet
* Two place settings (forks & spoons)
* Cups and plates
As expected, there is assembly required. When we received another kitchen there were also twenty-four screws, but it's a lot of fun to include kids in the assembly process as they feel they have a bit of ownership in the process. You will need to have a Philips screwdriver and six AA batteries on hand. Assembly takes about a half an hour. The table can be adjusted as the child grows with a simple twist and lock mechanism.
When you place any of the items on the "magic" serving tray you will hear different sound effects and phrases. For example, when you put the pizza on you will hear "I'll have two slices, please!" When you put the cookies on you'll hear "Mmmmm, cookies!" Your child will also be prompted to clean up. There is a center storage unit that the pieces can go in when you're done.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my son - yep, little boys need to learn to cook as well. It helps with their imagination. Be sure you have room for it, it's a pretty nice sized table. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Infinity1118
My 18 month only granddaughter plays with this for hours! She loves it and so do I because her time with it allows me to complete my house work! Very happy purchase. . .Published 8 months ago by RdG
My grandson loves it! We were missing items upon delivery but customer service for Fisher Price went above and beyond to rectify the missing partsPublished 10 months ago by Traci croteau
Not the most stable will start to lean if pressure is applied to one sidePublished 11 months ago by Andrew Neely
We've had this for over 2 years now. Kids use it for everything and it still works! I just wish the center stove could flip over to cover the center storage/hole... Read morePublished 12 months ago by kd