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Make your own play kitchen!

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I think I saw this on the Craft magazine blog first, but I have been thinking about it ever since.

It is a play stove top made from a plastic box and some construction paper swirlies. You can keep all your kitchen toys in the box and take them out to cook.

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Brilliant! You can find detailed instructions at the Croc Zine blog. I am so doing this for the next 2 or three year old birthday party we are invited to. I will fill it with some great enameled cookware from Schilling

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and some Plan Toys wooden slicing fruit.

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Perfect for kids who want to cook but don’t have space for a big kitchen set.

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  • Janice April 8, 2009, 6:52 pm

    Wow! I wish I could make one soon for myself hehehe eherm – I mean for my niece and nephew :) I like doing crafts but look funny and awkward playing with my creations — guess im a little too old for them now hehehehe great posts! :)

  • Lorna April 10, 2009, 4:56 pm

    Hello,

    I love your toy ideas for all the little ones but especially for those who don’t have a big space to cook. And what a great way to engage them early on in the kitchen! Keep up the great work!

  • Branko Spirovski April 11, 2009, 6:49 am

    Nice post. Real cool advice for great fun.

  • clarkandaie April 15, 2009, 7:50 am

    We’ve been doing that with my nephews at home! Nice post!

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