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Gain a love for cooking from a young age

Inspire a love of cooking and food by letting your children's imaginations run free in their very own play kitchen, complete with pretend food and toy utensils.

Brightly coloured kids kitchens with cookware sets and kitchen accessories will keep your kids busy creating, cooking and preparing all their favourite meals in a variety of combinations.

Kids kitchens of all sizes for your home

Play kitchens come in different sizes, so you are sure to find one that will fit comfortably into your home space. The great thing about them is that your children will return time and again to playing with it at different stages of their development.

There is no end to a child's creativity and imagination, and whether they use it as a kitchen in their own restaurant, or as the castle kitchen they will have hours of fun playing with it.

Types of kid's kitchens

There are a variety of types of kitchens to choose from. They come in different colours, so if you are looking for a pink one in particular, you are sure to find one. Many are plastic and lightweight, which makes them easy to fit together and move around. Wooden kids kitchens varieties are perhaps more sturdy and durable.

You can find kitchens that come with all the mod cons like a coffee machine, and even some that make sounds. They may have clocks to help with learning to tell the time, and washing baskets to hold the washing.

Benefits of a play kitchen

It is always fun to play with others, so tasks and roles can easily be assigned when playing in the kitchen. This encourages cooperation, communication and enhances their pretend play skills overall.

New words will start to appear in their vocabulary as they learn more about food and cooking whilst playing with their toy kitchen. Working out what fits where and picking up items, and placing them on plates or in the oven, as well as turning knobs on appliances all help to develop their problem solving and motor skills.

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