Play Kitchens

Play Kitchen for Kids

As you already know, pretend play has many benefits. While doing things exactly like mom or dad, your child develops his/her creativity, analytical skills, logical reasoning but also communication and social development skills.

Play Kitchen for Kids

Play kitchens are among favorite pretend play games. Here are a few of our favorites…

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Even if space is limited, you can set a little corner of your kitchen as a play kitchen set and prepare the meal while your little one is playing and mimicking every single move you make – and dinner is ready much faster!

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I used to love sneaking behind a door and secretly listening to my little girls having a conversation in their play kitchen and now wish I had recorded them back then. These are truly precious moments, because most of the time, you realize they talk and do things exactly like you do!

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Whether you “hack” an existing piece of furniture, make it completely from scratch as a DIY project or buy it from a store or scout a vintage one at a flea market, a play kitchen set will stimulate your child and make him/her play for hours and hours. And who knows, you may be raising the world’s next best cooking Chef! Bon appétit!

Image credits (from the top) : Babyramen (photo 1), Dos Family (photo 2), Bolig Magasinet (photo 3), Jordbarpiken(photo 4), Milk Magazine (photo 5), Babiekins Magazine (photo 6), Momo Design (photo 7), Mom’s Turf (photo 8).

  • Erin McDonald

    OOOOh lovely. I especially love that Fisher price stove on the third one down. I used to have one of those. It really would ignite a lot of cooking back in the day. All of these kitchens I would love to have in adult size too.