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Play-Doh Cookie Monster Letter Lunch

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  • Your Cookie Monster figure's head moves so you can even help him "eat" his meal! When he's finished, use the mold to create his very favorite dessert - "cookies"!
  • Fun Sesame Street-themed set lets you mold "vegetables," letters and "cookies" out of PLAY-DOH modeling compound.
  • Cookie Monster character really "eats" his "vegetable soup" lunch!
  • Set includes Cookie Monster character playset with bowl, lid, knife, spoon, fork, roller, more than 45 molds, presser tool, playmat and 4 two-ounce cans of PLAY-DOH modeling compound.
  • Ages 3 and up.
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Feed your Cookie Monster a healthy lunch. Mold letters and vegetables out of Play-Doh modeling compound and then use the presser tool to create pasta. Put it all together in the bowl and serve up a yummy-looking vegetable soup for your hungry friend. Your Cookie Monster figure's head moves so you can even help him eat his meal. When he's finished, use the mold to create his very favorite dessert -- cookies.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 3.5 (L) x 10.6 (W) x 9 (H)
  • Age: 3 years and up

From the Manufacturer

“Feed” your Cookie Monster figure a “healthy lunch”! Mold letters and “vegetables” out of PLAY-DOH modeling compound and then use the presser tool to create “pasta.” Put it all together in the bowl and serve up a yummy-looking “vegetable soup” for your “hungry” friend.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.5 x 10.6 x 9 inches
Item Weight 2.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B0043WCH3Y
Item model number 25255
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 7 years
Best Sellers Rank #291,570 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#724 in Toys & Games > Arts & Crafts > Clay & Dough
#6,691 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Art & Creativity
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3.0 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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We have a few of the Play-Doh sets and this one is BY FAR the favorite. You can make food, feed Cookie Monster, and watch him poop. It's tailor made for a 3 year old. It has staying power, too. She hasn't gotten bored with it and we've had it for 9 months.
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Bought this for sale at Walmart for my 3 year old daughter who loves Play Doh. She had hours of fun making Alphabet Soup along with lots of delicous treats and of course cookies to feed to Cookie Monster and was amazed when he really "ate" the food. Unlike other playdoh sets I have bought in the past (for example the ice-cream shop, this set is something we can play together, but yet easy enough to operate and play with by herself too. It is easy to clean up and store, which is a plus in my book when it comes to Play-Doh sets. I would highly recommend this for the 2-4 year old age group. Fun and Educational; you can't beat that !
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I got this toy to help my son (age 4 at the time) work on his letter sounds. His preschool teacher had suggested making letters out of pretzel dough, but he got frustrated shaping the letters himself. With this set I made the letters for him, and we made the letter sound as he "fed" Cookie Monster. Like other reviewers mentioned, my son seemed to think the letters were being pooped out the back. I think that's a little gross, but it kept him interested in feeding more letters to Cookie Monster. After each letter came out the back, I would show him how to properly trace the letter, and then he could smash it to be recycled. We also played together with his little sister (age 3 at the time). It was the most fun we had working on phonemic awareness. They are now ages 5 and 4, and they know all their letter sounds. They still play with this toy and sometimes feed him words. For some reason they think it is hilarious to feed cookie monster the word cat or hat. (He's eating a hat, ha, ha ha) And so goes the mind of child in prekindergarten. At least they are blending sounds to make words. Of course sometimes they just pretend to be chefs and make him veggie soup or hamburgers. They probably play with this toy only once or twice a month but for MANY hours at a time. On a rainy day, their 6 year old brother may even join in to help cook some alphabet soup.
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We got this for my son on his 3rd birthday and it was the best $12.50 I have ever spent in my life. He still loves (a year and a half later) feeding Cookie Monster, pressing out food shapes and letters, making alphabet soup, and, after Cookie Monster has eaten, turning CM around to see if he's pooped yet.

A bit of context here. You tilt Cookie Monster's head back, put food in his mouth, and move his head forwards to close his mouth. By closing his mouth the bottom of his mouth drops out and the food drops into his body, which is hollow, and you turn him around and stick your fingers into the compartment in his back containing the playdough food. Now... what child isn't going to think that is Cookie Monster's poop?

Actually, given that we bought this for him at 2 and went all the way through toilet training with him, this led to a lot of conversations about food, eating, digestion, and excretion. Actually this was a great and very organic learning tool, and the more that I think about it the more I am irked that they seem to have stopped making this given all of the other garbage that is marketed at kids.
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My 2 year old granddaughter loves this toy. She watches the video ad on an ipad over and over, so I wanted to get it for her 2nd birthday. Couldn't find it in the store. It must be discontiinued. So, I found it at Amazon. Other similar play-doh sets sell for less than half the cost (I paid $74 for this one). It contains 4 small play-doh packs and a plastic cookie monster, plastic fork, knive and spoon, and cut-out alphabet letters, as well as a few other plastic tools to shape the clay-doh. I feel that I really got gouged on the price, but I must say that my granddaughter absolutely loves the toy! I would purchase it again if I had a do-over, but am resentful of having to pay this extravagant price.
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My daughter plays with this quite a bit, but I'm not crazy about the whole play-doh concept. They're supposed to use the tools to cut out vegetable shapes and stamp letters in the dough...but it doesn't really work. The placemat that comes with it doesn't lay flat after months. So all in all, I think it's cheap. My three-year old, however, has played with it forever and LOVES it. She just feeds Cookie Monster the actual plastic letters. She has a blast with it. One plus is she doesn't seem to care if there's play-doh involved or not, so I've stopped getting it out when she plays with this toy.
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My 2 year old son loves this. It came with 4 small play-doh colors, a small rolling pin for rolling out Doh, a spoon, knife, and fork that cookie monster can hold or can be used for "eating". The ABC presses are great and have made learning his letters even more fun. There are all kinds of food presses (cookies, banana, apple, vegis). He loves to make "food" and "feed" Cookie Monster. When you close the mouth the Doh drops through the hollow body and sits at the bottom of his backside (where there is an opening) making finding it and clean up easy. Just remember to get the Doh out of there before putting it away or it will be hard the next time you play. I have given as a gift as well and it has been popular with his friends as well.
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