Melissa & Doug Let's Play House! Grocery Cans
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- Play food cans that open and close
- Includes 10 cans in a variety of sizes and designs.
- Plastic lids pop on and off with ease.
- Sturdy and colorful cardboard sides
- Promotes sorting and grouping, color recognition and aware ness of different types of food.
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'Can' you say fun?
'Can' playing house get any more fun? You bet it 'can'! This set is perfect for stocking play kitchens, pantries, groceries, restaurants, and more. The 10 sturdy cardboard cans in three different sizes have removable molded plastic lids with tabs that make them easy to open and re-close. Bold labels indicate what kids can pretend is inside, including cans marked as tuna fish, tomato sauce, corn, peas and carrots, pineapple, peaches, cherries, green beans, sliced mushrooms, and alphabet soup. Kid-friendly 'nutrition' information labels make these cans realistic looking while still being whimsical.
Nourish cognitive development
This fun and colorful set of play food cans will satisfy kids’ hunger for hands-on play and can nourish cognitive development, too! It helps introduce the basics of nutrition and food recognition, and can be used to teach early reading and number skills, color recognition, sorting, and grouping. The cans with removable lids are perfectly sized for small hands to open and stack to help develop motor skills and dexterity. The collection is will keep kids saying, "Let’s play house!” for years to come.
About Melissa & Doug
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 in 1988, 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.
Stock a pretend pantry or store shelves with this collection of lidded cardboard play-food cans and you'll have all the ingredients for colorful, imaginative kitchen or grocery-store play. Open and close, fill and stack, sort and match the canned food toys--this set has a pretend-play flavor for every taste!
- Cardboard play food cans with removable molded plastic lids
- Includes pretend cans of tuna fish, tomato sauce, corn, peas and carrots, pineapple, peaches, cherries, green beans, mushrooms, and alphabet soup
- Use to stock play pantries, grocery stores, restaurants, etc.
- Helps teach nutrition, shape and color recognition, beginning math and reading skills; promotes creative play
- For ages 3+
Top Customer Reviews
Not a good toy for toddlers.
For those who are curious, on the back of each can are nutrition facts that give serving size, calories, and ingredients, which I think older children would appreciate.
Overall I'm happy with these cans and they get a lot of use!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought as a Christmas gift for my daughter for her play grocery store. She loved the cans.Published 15 hours ago by Sarah McGee
These are awesomely cute and my toddler loves them! Very sturdy, we hid different items inside them.Published 10 days ago by Caoupp Waurmg
These were cute. 18 month old loves them. Plastic kids come off. Cans are sturdy for kid play.Published 11 days ago by Jen
The cans I thought weren't going to hold up but they do. They are plastic and not wood or card board. She was happy with them. Read morePublished 13 days ago by ISL tuybimg
Wonderful quality. I love that the lids come off and go on easily. My one year old was able to have fun too.Published 22 days ago by MommyShopper