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Playskool Sesame Street Come 'N Play Cookie Monster Kitchen Café Playset


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  • Elmo & Abby Cadabby figures know when you "feed" them
  • 70+ silly phrases
  • Oven door opens and closes ? perfect for storage
  • Includes Cookie Monster Kitchen Café, spatula, frying pan, 6 pieces of play food and instructions
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 24 x 15.5 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0085UA9VC
  • Item model number: 39996
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months and up
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,776 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Sesame Street is serving up a big batch of fun with the COME 'N PLAY Cookie Monster Kitchen Café! This interactive toy kitchen has over 70 phrases and sound effects, and plays the Cookie Monster Kitchen Café Song! At 30 inches tall, it's the perfect size for preschoolers over 18 months to 4 years. No assembly tools are required. It securely snaps together!

PLAYSKOOL SESAME STREET BRAND COME 'N PLAY Cookie Monster Kitchen Café
Includes six pieces of play food, a spatula and frying pan for little ones to express their creativity. View larger.
PLAYSKOOL SESAME STREET BRAND COME 'N PLAY Cookie Monster Kitchen Café
Interactive kitchen lets children cook with their favorite Sesame Street friends. View larger.

'Cook,' 'feed,' and sing with everyone's favorite Sesame Street friends!

Little chefs will love pretend cooking alongside Cookie Monster with this Sesame Street toy kitchen! It comes with 6 pieces of play food, a spatula and frying pan to make yummy and healthy snacks. Slide the windows open or closed to feed Elmo and Abby Cadabby, or slide both windows open to serve hungry customers!

The Cookie Monster Kitchen Cafe has a stove burner that "lights up" and makes sizzle sound effects, and an order bell that dings. Just like a real café!

Lots of cooking action for little chefs!

The Sesame Street Cookie Monster Café offers plenty to keep preschoolers busy in their very own kitchen! Just slide the burner switch on for sizzle sound effects and to see it "light up"! Turn the oven knobs - they make clicking sounds! Or press the order bell to hear it ding!

To feed everyone's favorite Sesame Street pals, just slide the window to reveal Elmo or Abby Cadabby, and place a "snack" in one of their mouths. They'll say fun phrases and the "food" will magically appear in the oven! Or feed Cookie Monster a "snack" and he'll make silly sounds and say fun phrases, too!

Children can have a play café of their very own!

This toy kitchen from Sesame Street lets little ones "cook" treats and share them with their favorite Sesame Street friends! There are sounds effects, and fun phrases and it plays the Cookie Monster Kitchen Song! There's even a pass-through window for serving pretend customers!

What's in the Box

Cookie Monster Kitchen Café, spatula, frying pan, six pieces of play food, and instructions.

PLAYSKOOL Sesame Street Brand Come 'N Play Cookie Monster Kitchen Café Logo

At a Glance:

  • Cook along with Cookie Monster and friends!
  • "Feed" everyone's favorite Sesame Street Pals!
  • Sing along with Cookie Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby!
  • Explore the alphabet!
  • Oven door opens and closes!

Age/Weight Requirements:

  • 18 months to 4 years

Assembly Requirements:

  • Two AA batteries (included); adult assembly

Product Description

Order up! A big batch of fun is cooking in the Cookie Monster Kitchen Café! There are pretend treats to feed Elmo and Abby Cadabby, a stove burner with sizzling sound effects and a sliding window for serving hungry customers. It’s a play café little chefs will love!

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It was very easy to assemble.
sibylvain83
I believe that the "Cookie Monster Kitchen Cafe" would be great fun for very young children and I think that it is as durable as most toys.
Susan G. Good
It plays songs and encourages her to interact and feed Cookie Monster, Abby, and Elmo.
Kayla Jeanne Sullivan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JMack VINE VOICE on November 11, 2012
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My two year old daughter has hours of fun with this toy. She is learning the various pieces of "food" and even includes "food" from other toy sets as part of the activity. There are numerous aspects of this toy to keep youngsters amused including, knobs to turn, buttons to press, and three different characters with speaking parts. The toy seems a little clumsy to a certain degree. If a child leans on it the wrong way, it could easily fall forward or backward. I would recommend leaning it against the wall. If you have an adventurous child, he/she may try to climb on it. This could be bad for a number of reasons. The set could tip easily and of course, hollow plastic is never the strongest material to holding children. It would seem tough to break this toy on purpose so I would suggest it to be durable. I would have some concern about foreign foods being jammed in Elmo or Abby's mouth, but his problem is easily remedied. Overall, I would purchase this toy again if I needed a second one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Ruderer on January 6, 2013
My almost 3 year old twins and their 4 year old brother LOVE this toy! I just wish it stayed together for longer than 15 minutes. I'm sure there are other kiddie kitchens that are just as fun that actually stay put together. Buy another product.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cherise Kachelmuss TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 5, 2012
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While this kitchen says it is up to 4 years old, I think it is definitely for younger kids maybe 2-3 years old at the most. My daughter (14 months) thinks this toy is the silliest and fun-filled toy ever. She loves to push and pull things which activates the noises and music.

Installation is pretty simple and it took maybe 15 minutes to get it out of the box and set-up (and that was with my little one's help of course.) It is a bright and kid-friendly toy in its colors and design, but I think the company forgot that little kids like to pull themselves up on things as this can be tipped easily. This kitchen is also really only for one child at a time. I would say unless your child is a huge Sesame Street fan I would probably pass on this kitchen and buy a bigger one. The bigger kitchens are built to grow up with your child and have so many options available. I'd say for $30-$40 this is worth it and perfect for young kids. It does come with some food and accessories which is nice. Even though my kids are not Sesame Street fans they laughed and laughed over the songs and still had fun. I only knocked off a star because of the price being a little more expensive than I think its worth.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bunson Honeydew VINE VOICE on August 16, 2012
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This is a fun, educational, and will keep your kids occupied for some time. It is incredibly easy to assemble. However, it is very flimsy.

I am familiar with three other kitchens: Step 2, Little Tykes, and a local woodworker who makes them out of reclaimed wood.

I would pass on this one, unless you know it will get light use. We're taking it to grandma's house to keep the kids entertained.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sharon M. Day on May 6, 2013
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My granddaughter is having so much fun with this product. I ordered it and it
was shipped promptly and it arrived just as it was shown on amazon.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 28, 2013
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I purchased this item for Christmas 2012 for my son. He enjoys it a lot, but the unit seemed very light to begin with. My son just tried to pull himself up using the unit and it toppled on top of him.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael VINE VOICE on December 9, 2012
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I asked my kids what they think. They said, "it needs a sink." Oh if dishes are only their favorite task when they're teens!

My kids like it and have fun with it, but it's just too flimsy to give it a great rating. I really struggled with a 3 or a 4 star, but I don't expect to buy a kids kitchen more than once--and I don't think this will last years.

pros:
-fun enough that they don't care it talks. I think they like it better when it's not making noise!
-They really do have fun cooking in the kitchen and using the window.
-the food that it comes with is high quality.
-Some things work well--the heat on the stove works well, the oven knobs work well, and the oven door works well.
-The window doesn't slide as easy as it should, but my kids love it. It's kinda hard for them to slide out the second face, so they only ever use elmo's face.

neutral:
-the whole feed food to elmo and that pink fairy girl was interesting for two seconds. They never use that feature. I wish they would have invested in sturdier legs and dropped the feeding aspect.

cons:
-cookie monster's hand won't stay on.
-the legs come off pretty easy--really should have come with a couple screws or something to keep them on tight. They just snap in and not that tight. This won't stand up to kids climbing on it, and the legs fall off when they drag the kitchen to where they want to play.
-while it stands pretty sturdy, it can be pushed over easily. And my kids won't let it stay against a wall because they love using the window.
-the bell's button never worked consistently. This doesn't really matter to us because we keep the sound off.
-For the amount of area on the counter, there should be two burners or a little sink or something else.

So my kids really like it, but I think partially that they don't know any better... So in other words: we use it because we have it, but we wouldn't suggest it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SZAA on August 15, 2012
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First of all, I think this must be the most annoying toy ever produced. I love Sesame Street and I love Cookie Monster, but there's nothing like a constant mumbling monster to really get in your head. The sound effects are just so hard on the adult ears in the house. I ended up taking the batteries out after a little while and just let my niece and nephew play with the toy.

Easy to put together and it's not huge, so the floor space you need is minimal, which is nice. Some play kitchens are just huge. It's not the most visually appealing toy...definitely huge Cookie Monster and Elmo heads staring out all day, but it was attractive to my niece, who's 1. My nephew (3) played with the toy for all of 10 minutes total before he abandoned it. It was just too simple for him, I think.

Parents of young children (like 10 months-2 years) would probably get a lot of use out of this. Again, it's not the most attractive thing, but the talking characters, especially for Sesame Street fans are definitely fun. The kids can still play with the kitchen items and food, even without batteries in.

I don't know that the target age group would really understand the idea of a "cafe," but kitchen they do understand and it's fun to play with. I don't think the price point is correction, however. I would think $29.95 would be a good place for this smaller version of a popular toy.
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