- Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
- Warning: Toy inside. Adult supervision recommended
Little Tikes Splish Splash Sink & Stove
- Portable toy sink and stove with real working faucet and drain
- Large sink area for water play and kitchen role-play
- Easy to clean plastic surface
- 13 fun accessories and clicking knobs
- Storage in base for all accessories
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Playing in the sink has never been more fun! The Splish Splash Sink & Stove is an affordable, portable and easy to clean product that will spark your little one’s imagination to play in the kitchen just like mom and dad. Kids will love the real working faucet that really pumps water! With 13 accessories, kids will have fun learning the basic functions of a kitchen. The possibilities are endless with the Splish Splash Sink & Stove . Features: •Easy to assemble •Real working faucet •Clicking knobs •Easy to clean •Working drain •Portable and easy to take on the go •All accessories store in the base for easy cleanup
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It's also great for hand rinses until the reservoir gets refilled with the "used" water but it's ok when we just need a quick rinse between projects. I actually bought this to help with hand washing when we're in the backyard, at a park, or on the road. We keep it in the trunk of the SUV- instead of using the water from the tub, I have a squirt bottle with a mixture of light hand soap and water. The kids line up with their hands in the sink while I squeeze the soapy water on their hands - the tub under the sink holds the used water and we can just dump it from the tub when convenient. It's a great alternative when there are no hand washing facilities nearby, camp, park or at places where there's no soap or sinks don't work while on the road. (At least it's a little less messy to collect the water in the sink than splashing on the cement or creating mud when we pour water over their hands with a water bottle.)
Finally the bottom tub is a good size. It holds a decent level of water to fill up squirt guns, hold wet swim suits, or just playing with hands in the water for the little ones. I haven't tried it but imagine I could use the tub to actually wash and hold dry dishes at camp without the top part :)
We haven't tried the water feature yet as he's a bit too young still but we still get a lot of playtime with the sink and accessories. We keep the sink on a small nightstand in the play area and he uses this as his kitchen. He pretends to make food, drink water or give his dolls a bath. With toy food items, he's got enough pretend material for cooking and eating play. It's a wonderful time that I don't believe he will outgrow in a long while.
After playtime, we use the sink for storage for all the utensils, pan, plates, cups and toy groceries. It's double duty for playtime and storage.
Even without the water feature, it's a great toy. Especially for homes that lack the space for a full toy play kitchen, this is a great set that encourages that sort of play. I would actually recommend not introducing the water feature to your kids as the pump seems pretty hard for small hands to operate.
As for the water feature, it works as advertised. Be aware that it is not a constant flow or stream of water. You physically have to push the pump for the water to spray out each time. I actually think this is a plus because it makes it a little less messy than if there was constant flowing water. The sink does plug so that the water you pump will pool into the sink and the kids can splash a little bit. My kids like "washing" all their toys/animals/dishes/etc in the sink. I will say that it's helpful to put a towel underneath if you don't want a big puddle, especially if your kids are like mine and like to splash in it and create as big of a mess as possible. It's also fun to use without the water feature.