Play Food Assortment
Play Food Assortment
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The Step2 Play Food Assortment is a 101 piece pretend food set that is a must have for playtime cooking.
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Play Food Assortment
This Step2 Play Food Set is a 101-pieces of pretend food that is a must have for playtime cooking. More accessories means more creative ideas from your little one when they play with their kitchen set. They'll expand their imaginations as they cook up some fun treats with this accessory set! Made in China.
- Play food set includes a variety of foods from fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, breakfast items, snacks and desserts
- Food assortment contents may vary per order
- Enhances playtime experiences with Step2 kitchens and playhouses
- Serve up all this great food with a LifeStyle™ Dining Room and Pots & Pans Set! (sold separately)
- Also available as a combo
RECOMMENDED AGE: 2 and up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 896699
WEIGHT: 0 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great We bought this for our 2yr old to go with her Lifestyle Kitchen and she loves every piece. She knows a lot of different foods but the ones she doesnt know, she has learned them. She has such an imagination that she pretends that she is eating the food, and she says "Here Mommy, cookie eat". It comes with so many pieces so please dont be like me and open up both bags of food, lol.My 1yr enjoys playing with them too, although his main thing is to put them in his mouth. It keeps both of them very busy and entertained. Like I mentioned they both get them in their mouths and the pieces are very easy to clean, rather its just wiping off or soaking in water.Date published: 2011-01-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Valerie's Mom from A lot of food & a lot of fun!!! I bought this assortment of play food for my two year old to play with in her new playhouse, and she loves it. She's been cooking up a storm since the day it arrived! I like that it has a wide variety of everything, and that she is becoming familiar with the names of them all. I must admit there are a couple items that are questionable and we haven't quite figured out what they are (lol) but she doesn't seem to mind and "cooks" them nonetheless. This assortment is much better quality and has way more pieces than the sets I looked at that are sold in stores. So happy I found this!!!Date published: 2012-03-31Rated 2 out of 5 by John, Tony, and Jeremiah's mommy from Not the same anymore, very poor quality! I've bought this set before and loved it... but lots has changed :( and it's not good. The quality is just not there anymore. Used to be that the food looked good enough to eat... and real looking. Now it's NOT! I love step 2 because of it's quality and have bought countless things in multiples because I have a daycare. These I bought to resupply because some of our old food has been lost. BUT I will never buy this play food again! On the upside I bought the baking kit and the pots and pans with plates and utensils and they were the type of quality I'm used to from Step2.Date published: 2012-05-25Rated 4 out of 5 by Church Nursery Coordinator from Lotsa Food Pieces This is a LOT of food pieces. Good variety (food groups, meals) BUT it seems almost too overwhelming to have to match up the sandwich pieces or find the component part for a meal. I'd rather have less variety but dupicated pieces (so "everybody" can have a hot dog ...) Also, many of the pieces are hard to identify - is that a potato chip? Is that spaghaetti sauce, or a side dish? The kids in church nursery mix and match pieces without worrying about these details, so play value is high, but educationally I'd rather have less "items" but more of each one, and pieces that are easier to identify, especially in basic food groupings. Then we could develop language skills without having to apologize for poor-choice food items.Date published: 2014-04-01Rated 5 out of 5 by Hannah's Mom from Loves it!!! My 22 month old received this set for Christmas and immediately fell in love. She spent the day pretending to eat many of the foods. I even found a few pieces in the trash that must not have tasted good. The pieces are a little smaller than I would've liked, but this set actually contains more of the foods I would like my daughter to eat. Plenty of fruits and veggies and really only a handful of junk food items. In the end, I'd rather she had this set over many of the others on the market. Plus the foods are gonna withstand anything she puts them through.Date published: 2008-12-31Rated 4 out of 5 by Northeast Mom from Fun Play Food The variety of food is good. The boys (2 & 3 yr old) really enjoy playing with the food, shopping for it, cooking it and washing it. The ice cream piece was not durable enough. My 2 year old bit it and crushed them the first day he had it. I cannot figure out how to un-crush them. All the other food has been durable and stood up to the chewing, cooking and playing the boys have done to them.The spaghetti and sauce are weird. Should they fit together? The boys don't care; they manage just fine with it. I was just wondering.Date published: 2009-12-29Rated 4 out of 5 by Carrie R. from Good assortment Fits with Step 2 kitchen. The items are safe for small children because the sizes would make it difficult to swallow. I wish the cookies, and pizza weren't hollow. The pizza was a completely different size to the piece that came with her Step 2 kitchen. My daughter, who is 2, really doesn't care about these minor things still loves to play with the play food. I didn't give the four star because of this - the four star is because some of the coloring has worn off from her biting the food.Date published: 2016-01-26Rated 3 out of 5 by Winston's Mom from Great variety, but a bit too cheapy There are a lot of pieces and a great variety. But they are also just bunch of plastic, which I'm not sure if it's safe for the kids to put in their mouths while pretending cooking and eating. And, a lot of the pieces are very cheapy and unrealistic looking. Example: one sided pizzas and cookies (there are no bottoms), watermelons with the shapes of seeds, but unpainted, etc. I guess you get what you pay for. It's still a good addition to the play kitchen for the price.Date published: 2009-08-10
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