Little Cooks Kitchen™ - Tan
Little Cooks Kitchen™ - Tan
$50 - $60
Little chefs will become culinary experts with the Little Cooks Kitchen - Tan by Step2.
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Little Cooks Kitchen™ - Tan
Little chefs will become culinary experts with this Step2 Kitchen. Kiddos can whip up delicious treats with the realistic kitchen appliances and electronic stovetop burner. This toddler play kitchen allows youngsters to store their dishes and utensils in the large storage area when playtime is over. Made in the USA of US and imported parts.
- Working, electronic burner and life-like appliances will let mini chefs whip up their latest creation
- Over-sized clock with movable hands help to teach little ones how to tell time
- Kids can prepare their favorite meals on the granite-looking countertops!
- Keep the kitchen utensils within reach by using the hanging hooks!
- 21-piece accessory set included (play food not included)
- Requires 2-AA batteries (not included)
- Adult assembly required
RECOMMENDED AGE: 2 and Up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 862200
DIMENSIONS: 34.00 H 26.00 W 11.00 D
WEIGHT: 12 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Perfect toy for hours of creative play! The Little Cooks Kitchen is the perfect new toy for my 15 month old grandson who often watches his daddy cook dinner. It went together easily and the accessories could not have been more on point for a child beginning to learn imaginative play. The sizzling and bubbling sounds produced by the pot and frying pan were delightfully stimulating and the doors, cupboards and storage containers that held utensils, plates and cups made for hours of creative play. I will be adding the baskets of fruits and vegetables for his next visit!!!Date published: 2016-10-02Rated 4 out of 5 by The Little MerMama from Nice compact little kitchen Thank you to Step2 for letting me test this item as part of the Step2 toy tester program.We have had lots of fun pretending with this kitchen.We like that the burner makes different noises depending on which pot or pan you put on it.Wish the sink and microwave made noises too.It is a very compact size for those who want a play kitchen, but do not want to commit a lot of space to it.Notes: this does not come with food, the stickers for the accessories were not in the package, only stickers that are on the actual unit.Date published: 2016-09-08Rated 5 out of 5 by Kylie the cooker from Great kitchen that has lots of play items Thank you to Step2 for letting me test this item as part of the Step2 toy tester program.We thought this kitchen was a great addition to our play room. In the past we have bought play kitchens and then bought a huge pack of play toys to go with it so I was pleasantly surprised to see so much come with it. The funnest feature it the lights and sizzling sounds of the skillets but when you pop the saucepan on the stove it doesn't sizzle it lights and makes boiling water sounds! It was a realistic feature to teach about real cooking. We loved it!Date published: 2016-09-21Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from My kids love this kitchen!! My kids absolutely love playing with their new "Little Cooks" Kitchen from Step 2! My 3 year old daughter loves being able to serve the entire family coffee and is so proud that she's able to cook her food on a stove that lights up and makes sizzling sounds. She always makes sure to turn the knob to make it "click" as well. My 20 month old son is fascinated with all of the spots that he can hide food. Opening and closing the doors as well as putting the lid on and off the frying pan has become one of his favorite past times. In only a few days, both of my kids have already spent hours at the kitchen. It's a nice size for smaller kids as they are able to easily access everything and there aren't so many gadgets that might get overwhelming for little ones. The kitchen seems very durable and portable and I'm sure my kids will get use out of it for years to come. Thank you to Step2 for letting me test this item as part of the Step2 toy tester program."Date published: 2016-09-01Rated 4 out of 5 by Tommy the conman from I would by this little cooks kitchen The little cooks kitchen is located in our living room. Our son loves to play with it. He touches the hands on the clock, and likes to use the frying pan. He enjoys making hamburgers and putting ketchup and mustard on them. He loves using the utensils and hanging them on the little hooks. Overall he loves it.It is also durable and lightweight and easy to put together.The cons of this kitchen are there were not enough stickers to put on the bottles and other areas of the kitchen. It needs to have more vegetables and fruits or cups to work with. The kitchen counter is a little small so things tend to fall off it very easily. Another con is that it is easy for a child to pull the counter forward and for it to fall on him. It needs to be more sturdy at the foundation.Date published: 2016-08-15Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Her first kitchen! Sent to my great niece, she is 1 1/2 years and this is her first kitchen. It's very attractive due to the colors and easy for little ones to use. That's why I chose it. My niece, her mother was very excited to receive it! No pictures yet...waiting for Hanukkah to give it to her!Date published: 2016-12-05Rated 5 out of 5 by wildseaturtle from The perfect kitchen for toddlers! Thank you to Step2 for letting me test the Little Cooks Kitchen in tan as a part of the Step2 toy tester program. All of the kiddos ages 2 years to 8 years old love, love, love this product. I have been looking for a way to help teach my children about safety and cooking and this is perfect. Not to mention listening to all the creative things they are cooking up for my husband, myself, and each other. Thank you so much for this opportunity!!!Date published: 2016-10-15Rated 5 out of 5 by Leticia R. from Love this Kitchen My 2 year loves this kitchen. She was excited when she seen the box and attonished when we opened it. I would recommend any parent of a 2+ year old to purchase you will not regret. I love to see her use her imagination...we are are special dinner guest!Date published: 2016-09-05
Q & A
Are there any retailers in New York or New Jersey that carry this item? I can't seem to find any! Thanks.Please check your local Walmart for availability of the Little Cooks Kitchen™.Date published: 2018-08-21
We did not receive the decals or instructions in our box. How do we go about getting those?Please contact our Consumer Service Specialists at email@example.com or 1-800-347-8372 Monday through Friday, 8AM -5PM Eastern Standard Time and we will be happy to help you.Date published: 2018-05-21
DO I need a drill to assemble? Where the screws go in there are no actual holes?! Please help. It makes it a lot easier to use a drill with a Phillips bit attachment.Date published: 2018-05-19
Do the stickers and instructions come with it? There are none that came with it? Please contact our Consumer Service Specialists at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-347-8372 Monday through Friday, 8AM -5PM Eastern Standard Time and we will be happy to help you.Date published: 2018-04-27
The microwave door won’t stay closed. It does close but then slowly opens on its own. How can I get this door to stay closed.Please contact our Consumer Service Specialists at email@example.com or 1-800-347-8372 Monday through Friday, 8AM -5PM Eastern Standard Time and we will be happy to help you.Date published: 2017-12-27Why aren't the holes drilled into the plastic for easy assembly? Not everyone has tools for drilling or screwing holes through layers.You don't need special tools. Just a screw driver and a little strength and patience. The screws will go in pretty easy if you just try. You can holding the tou against the wall to give you more leverage.Date published: 2018-03-27Is this product BPA free?This product is made out of Linear Low Density Polyethylene. It is made in the USA.Date published: 2018-03-27I can't seem to get the clock hands to stay in ? They keep falling out. Am I doing something wrong?I know you have to push them in until you hear them snap. I hope that helps.Date published: 2018-03-27