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– Play and practice serving and purchasing 21st Century-style with a cash register, card reader, scanner, money notes, shopping basket and grocery items. NB: the cash register is currently cracked but will be replaced with a new one shortly.
– Build the café then then serve with this Duplo playset that includes a set of coins, a menu, cakes, hamburgers and candles.
– Eleven wooden vehicles to promote creative play, language development and counting.
– Make-believe baking for those three years and older. The set encourages imaginative play, promotes number skills, and can act as a rehearsal for the real thing!
– Promotes language development and imaginative play.
– A wooden tea set for two that includes replica biscuits, and tea bags with coloured tags in a tea caddy. The set may encourage creative thinking and imaginative play while promoting memory and colour recognition.
– Using tweezers to pick up pretend bones and feed them into the dog’s mouth builds fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
– A set of realistic-looking plastic produce to encourage language development and creative play. Adults/carers can encourage content vocabulary to go beyond labelling to conversations about nutrition and healthy eating. The canvas tote can be used to encourage conversations about