Play kitchens are a favorite toy for children everywhere – and with good reason. Inspire your young chef to build a personal workspace and mix up delightful, imaginary culinary treats. The “little kid” kitchen is the perfect counter height for three to five year-olds. When your chef grows taller, build the “big kid” kitchen with our Minis and Connector Kits, which grow the kitchen eight inches taller.
As kids grow up, their building and pretend play time will likely slow down or come to an end. But their minds continue to seek out inspiration for their imaginations. WunderNook grows with each child and ends with a bookshelf to hold growing book collections. And, when that child becomes a parent, their WunderNook will be ready and able to transform once again into a toy for the next generation.
To market, to market… Build a farmer’s stand to display and sell produce, cupcakes, and more! Encourage children to learn about farming, fruits, vegetables, and seasons, and think about vital skills like counting inventory and making change. Don’t forget to ask for some free samples...
What’s in the fridge? What do we need from the store? So many things! Try writing or drawing a shopping list. This Creation also doubles as a stackable washer and dryer. What’s inside? Is the laundry sorted by colors? Is the “washed” load heavy? Build this fridge or washer/dryer unit and inspire pretend play, creativity, organization, and planning.
Your children’s imagination will come alive while building and playing with the puppet theater. Just think of all the stories they can share! Whether a well-loved fable, or an original work, encourage them to bring characters and narrative to life for an audience.
Lemonade! Lemonade! Cold refreshing lemonade! Your children will be as excited to build this stand as they will be to make and sell lemonade and other delightful goodies. The “little kid” lemonade stand is the perfect height for three to five year-olds.
Your child has mastered selling lemonade, maybe indoors to friends and family, or maybe on the sidewalk. But they’re not done and want to sell more — probably without any help in the kitchen. The “big kid” lemonade stand is the perfect height for six 10 year-olds.
Set up this child-sized table when and where you need it – and pack it away when you're through. Your child can play with blocks or draw next to mom or dad during the workday, invite friends and dolls for a tea party, race cars through town or pretend to be a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse. There's nothing like a blank slate (or an empty tabletop) to spark imaginative play!