|Number of Pieces||1|
|Release date||30 September 2020|
|Mfg Recommended age||24 months and up|
|Item model number||488499|
|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 90.81 x 103.84 cm; 11 Kilograms|
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Step2 Fun with Friends Kitchen | Large Plastic Play Kitchen with Realistic Lights & Sounds | Blue Kids Kitchen Playset & 45-Pc Kitchen Accessories Set
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- Pretend stovetop burner features realistic electronic lights and sounds, activated with the special frying pan and boiling pot (requires 2 “AA” batteries, not included).
- Make a cup of coffee with the pretend single-serve coffee maker station and included travel mug!
- Get cooking with the pretend appliances including the stovetop, oven with clickable knob, microwave, and refrigerator to keep pretend ingredients fresh.
- Pretend to wash the dishes after dinner with the molded-in sink and swivel faucet.
- Plenty of hanging storage keeps culinary equipment within arm’s reach, along with a molded-in dish rack to keep dishes neat.
- The extra storage makes clean-up easy with molded-in shelves and storage bin area to keep kitchen essentials close for next time.
- Adult assembly required.
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From the molded-in single-serve coffee station and realistic amenities to the modern detailing and working appliance doors, the Step2 Fun with Friends Kitchen™ is a cozy play kitchen packed with tons of kid-friendly functionality! This stylish pretend play kitchen includes a molded-in sink, pretend appliances, realistic stovetop burner with lights and sounds, and more. Little chefs can’t wait to entertain in this large play kitchen for kids, complete with a station for their pretend pets to eat and drink. Did you know pretend kitchen role play encourages kids to think creatively? It’s true! They’ll practice engaging social play to flex skills like sharing, storytelling, and problem solving with kitchen play, too. Made in the USA of US and imported parts.
Why We Love the Fun With Friends Play Kitchen
Instant Coffee Machine
Kids can choose their favorite blend of coffee and make a cup o' joe to go in the Keurig style coffee maker.
Electronic Stove Top
The stove top burner lights up and makes realistic cooking sounds when the pot or pan is placed on it.
Loads of Storage Space
Store all of your kids play food and kitchen accessories in the included storage bins. Still need more room? Store overflow accessories in the microwave, oven, or refrigerator.
Kids will love cooking with the realistic open and close refrigerator, oven, and microwave.
Why Play with a Play Kitchen?
Creativity + Role Play
Pretend play gets kids engaged in storytelling as they act out new scenarios and communicate what imaginary things are going on – a great way to flex creativity and language skills!
Physical + Motor Skills
Play kitchens present kids with so many ways to practice their motor skills, like grasping and using small accessories and utensils, opening and closing doors, and turning oven knobs.
Language + Social Skills
Role playing requires kids to engage in storytelling as they make up scenarios and communicate with others about what role they’re playing. They also have to react and build off of what the other person said or did.
Running into problems while playing, like trouble closing the refrigerator door when too many items are placed inside or trying to swivel the faucet over a full sink, allow children to think through problems and craft solutions.
The Step2 Brand: We Bring Family Together.
Kids are the dreamers, the storytellers, the athletes, artists, and actors. They’re the playtime visionaries ready to explore, think, and learn through uninhibited play. Our team at Step2 is proud to create new ways to play, to turn every child’s imaginary world into a reality. Behind those magical playtime spaces full of wonderment and exploration is one – or many – of our uniquely indestructible toys, from playhouses and play kitchens, to climbers, ride-ons and so much more. Part of multiple generations of play, we’re the innovators working to keep our tradition of active social play at the forefront of countless childhood memories.
So keep playing, dreaming, and exploring with your child. Just imagine what they’ll imagine – that’s where we’ll be, continuing to bring “what could be” to life.
- Restaurant Role Play: Be a customer in your child’s own restaurant! Let them tell you what is on the menu and place your order. Make sure to ask them lots of questions as they get cooking and give special requests to encourage their critical thinking.
- Make sharing the clean-up responsibilities fun with your little one. Pretend washing and putting dishes away when playtime is over will help foster good habits, show an example of teamwork, and a bonus in motor skill development!
- Playing with a Step2 pretend play kitchen? Pair it with one of our table and chair sets to complete your child’s mini restaurant! Our favorites include the Step2 Junior Chic 3-Piece Furniture Set and the Step2 3-Piece Farmhouse Table & Bench Set.
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This is not one of those toys.
Mentally prepare yourself for one of the least intuitive assemblies you will ever experience for a toy aimed at young children.
You'll be fishing for screw drivers of multiple, unspecified sizes, drilling holes at odd angles into plastic in which no accommodations for holes have been made.
Once you've assembled the major components the real "fun" begins as you hunt through a variety of bags of insanely scattered kitchen accessories.
EVERYTHING REQUIRES ASSEMBLY. You'll be building salt shakers, and a bariety of hard plastic bottles, and just as you are ready to fall to pieces over all these pieces you'll start screaming angrily as you try to locate the tops and bottoms of coffee pods that most certainly should have been one piece.
All of this is just foreplay for the decals though.
Confusing placement on the various sheets?
So difficult to line up on a fully assembled kithen, that you'll wonder why the sadistic bastards at Step2 didnt make them the first step?
Made in such a way that you will definitely pull off the paper instead of the sticker, crunch stickers in an attempt to free them, and eventually split one in half when you don't realize a microscopic piece of sticker wasn't properly cut???
SWEET SOUNDS OF CHAOS CHECK ONE TWO!!!
This toy was such a pain in the rear to build, I am legitimately concerned about loving my child less if they are not thrilled with this toy tomorrow.
Arrived on time, box was not damaged.
The kitchen comes in 3 big pieces, and are simple to assemble (there are NO holes for the screws, just ‘indentions’ where the screw needs to be)
All the small pieces, and stickers were all in the box undamaged.
For us, we enjoyed putting it together, it was simple! It did take us 1 hour to complete, but we took our time, and there was 2 of us.
Very easy to follow directions.
Easy to re-apply stickers if a little off.
Great sound features on the stove (the pot makes a bubble sound and the pan makes a frying sound. The salt and pepper shakers are fun for younger ones due to little clicking noise when turn back and forth. the 2 knobs make a clicking noise as well.)
The sink is deep enough for a few items, the water nob moves (as pictured, it is about 2" deep)
It comes with super cute VERY durable cookware/Dinnerware.
The "kurig" station is funny (for me) but a little kettle fits just fine for Tea Party. It comes with starbucks knockoff green coffee sleeves and lids that fit the cups.
The size is great: Like the Headline - my 1 year old loves it, it was for my 3 year old, but my 7 year old also plays well! It is tall enough to detour climbing, it is short enough for all ages to play well. I like the width of it for multiple kid playing and not fighting over things. I like that the open/shut doors are on the bottom half (reachable, also if on top, kids like to hang or pull on them which may lead to injury). (Photo with 16mo old)
Cute colors, great material. I like the "copper" colors of cookware.
We LOVE the 2 little storage buckets for storage (they fit in their area. Photo'd is how big they are, and in relation to how deep the oven is)
The oven and microwave are deep. (Photo'd i put in a bucket in 1 and a plate in the other)
We also LOVE the puppy (or kitten!) area. The animal can sit in the cubby! (the same depth as the bucket) and the little food/water bowl is adorable. This works well for my animal loving kids since momma doesn't want indoor pets. (PS the red dog is from ALDI for like $7 - you can sit and bounce on it - up to 250lbs. wow!)
MUST USE DRILL if you want to save time on putting this together. (i read reviews and had my husband do this as I read the directions to him. Not a ton of screws but enough to make it sturdy (not just all snap together plastic molly screws - which is a PRO, not a con, oops!)
Speaking of screws.. the backside on the left and right you have to screw in at a 45 degree angle per instructions and it makes a little edge still there on the screw. Not sharp but could grab a kid's shirt or something. We just have the backside against our coffee table or if you put it against a wall or window it wouldn't matter. (Photo of this)
The refrigerator door opens maybe 2" and sort of snaps back shut. So that part is not useful.
Other: We already had a TON of play food so i am sort of glad this one didn't come with more.
This Step 2 kitchen fits the bill perfectly. It was easy to put together and I really don't understand why so many people complained about the one they received. It took a 70 year old Nana less than 50 minutes to completely put the kitchen together-stickers and all. Actually, it took longer to put on the stickers than it did to put the three pieces together.
I know Aubrey will love the "cooking" sounds the burner makes and she will love making us coffee using the pods. This little kitchen is so realistic, she will think she is a little chief immediately.