Mastering the concept of “make-believe” is generally a giant leap in development, because it teaches the child to fantasize and think in metaphors. For all this, both girls and boys need simple role-playing games, such as with groceries and every day ingredients. Raduga Grez's wooden fruit set is the perfect addition to kitchen play! Expand your child's vocabulary by introducing the names of fruits and lay the foundation of proper nutrition at a young age. Play pretend by going to the grocery store, taking orders for juices, smoothies, salads, and prepare and cook them in the kitchen.
Why do pineapples grow in one place and apples in another? Why do we eat berries in summer and pomegranates in winter? How do bananas grow? This set will help to discuss these questions and find answers together. It will also motivate even the most Picky Polly to try new fruits.
handmade in Russia by third-generation carpenters
made from solid wood and water-based eco-friendly paint