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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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With this sturdy, versatile toy as a setting, role play possibilities abound--giving children ample opportunities to try out new vocabulary, resolve conflicts, observe consequences, and develop all kinds of interpersonal skills.
With countless ways to stock the bins, label the merchandise, and make a sale, this wooden play set fuels creativity and sets the stage for imaginative play. Kids can take their cue from the pre-printed awning and set up a lemonade stand or a grocery store stocked with all their favorite things. But the simple, sturdy structure is also adaptable to countless other uses--farmer’s market, clothing store, toy shop, and much more--so it’s fertile ground for active imaginations, and an excellent idea booster for kids who need a little help in the creativity department.
What should go in each bin? How much will each item cost? When is the shop open and closed? Little “shopkeepers” will take pride in being the ones to make these decisions and more, building confidence and self-esteem. Just as beneficial: While kids are making these decisions during pretend play, they are also building simple analytic and problem-solving skills that will serve them for many years to come. With this open-ended play set, there is plenty of room for decision-making and self-direction, all in a playful setting that makes decision-making feel less frightening.
Melissa & Doug toys are designed to fuel imagination, inspire exploration, and encourage the natural curiosity that leads to a lifetime of learning! From classic wooden toys to creative crafts for every age, Melissa & Doug’s timeless products educate and enrich in a way that’s as natural as playtime itself.
Since their company’s founding 25 years ago, Melissa and Doug have been committed to making exceptional children’s products, with a focus on hands-on creative play and superior customer service.
With their recognizable red-oval logo, Melissa and Doug put their names on every product they make--a symbol of their commitment to quality, attention to detail, and dedication to improving playtime for families around the world.
With a flip of the reversible fabric awning, this sturdy wooden play set changes from grocery store to lemonade stand . . . and back again! Kids can stock the nine plastic bins with fruits, vegetables, or lots of lemons, and the wide countertop easily fits a toy till or coin-sorting box (not included). The set includes reusable chalkboard labels to use as bin labels and price markers, and side shelves for extra signs or accessories. With kids stocking the shelves and manning the counter, it’s a wonderful way to empower imaginative minds and foster years of creative play!
This store is a great purchase & it has exceeded all expectations. It is very colorful, extremely sturdy & the kids LOVE it! Read morePublished 22 hours ago by WendyLou
Very poorly made...had to be completely redrilled in order to be put together as nothing lined up.Published 9 days ago by slwp
Just fabulous. I set it up for a 4th birthday present, by myself, and it took about 90 minutes. Not too bad. It's sturdy, adorable, and our granddaughter absolutely loved it! Read morePublished 18 days ago by Christy Cricow
We love this grocery store! We purchased the Learning resources talking cash register to go with it and we bought several containers of the plastic play food from Target. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelly K
great product shipped very well. Our children love this set and have played with it a ton since we bought it. It is very well made. Read morePublished 1 month ago by manteno203
Adorable grocery store/lemonade stand! My kids play this for hours!!!Published 2 months ago by Ayana Meissner
Cute & fairly easy to put together. The toy had all the pieces we needed to build, pictures were pretty clear to understand, and we even had leftover screws (not something you see... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Boyter