Learning Resources Pretend & Play Bakery Set
- Pretend to bake up your favorite treats with this super-sized bakery set
- Introduce math and shape recognition through imaginative play
- Set of 31 durable plastic pieces
- Includes: crackable egg, cookie tray, cookie dough, mixing bowl, cups, spoons and more
- Winner of 3 awards, perfect for ages 3+
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Introduce kids to measuring and counting as they pretend to bake special treats for their friends. This super-sized set includes: 1 crackable egg, cookie tray, cookie dough, mixing bowl, cups, spoons and much more. Ideal for ages 3 and over. 31 pieces.
Cute toy cookies offer an irresistible way to explore shapes. Cookies that look like a star, crescent, clover, and heart fit into the 'dough' like a puzzle.
Recipe for Math Success
Marked measuring cup and 2 spoons offer an easy introduction to measuring and counting. Add 3 spoons of this, half a cup of that, and see kids’ skills multiply.
More Motor Skills
All the toy kitchen tools, from spatula to rolling pin, promote fine motor skills through play. There’s even a crackable egg to sharpen eye-hand coordinaton.
Mix and Mingle
Set offers so many toy treats and kitchen tools that two or more children can happily play together, honing their social and language skills at the same time.
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1) Upon opening the box, I saw that all of the toys and the plastic bag they were in appeared to be smeared with a pink goop of some sort. I discovered that the clover/flower shaped cookie is topped with some strange, sticky, oily, frosting-like paint that leaks everywhere and moves around when you touch it. My fingerprint is clearly visible in it. I see in the product photos that it is supposed to be purple, but ours is fuschia. None of the other cookies have this type of paint, but this is completely unacceptable, and I'm now worried about the safety of the paint on all the pieces. The only option I have is to try to scrub all of the fuschia off so that my daughter can at least have a complete set of cookies. I got most of the paint off of the rolling pin by scrubbing it for a good five minutes, but I couldn't get it all off. Most of the other pieces are still smeared with bits of it. Once it's on your fingers or anything else, it's very hard to get off.
2) The egg is stiff, does not fit well in the shell, the shell doesn't close when the egg is in it, and the egg doesn't come out easily once crammed in. The paint on the egg yolk is already peeling off.
3) The bread is very cheap plastic, and I don't expect it to last very long.
4) The pie pieces are far too big to fit on any toy-sized plates. The plastic is better quality, but the top and bottom of each slice don't fit together well, so my daughter is annoyed trying to play with them since they just fall apart. No pie plate is included to hold the pie together, and it's not any standard-sized pie; the small pot pie tins are too small, and the medium store-sized holiday pie tins are too large.
I would appreciate a Learning Resources customer service rep contacting me to try to make this right.