Play food has never been cooler! This collection of wooden 'refrigerated' and 'frozen' food packages is perfect for stocking play fridges and freezers. The nine hand-painted pieces include a stick of butter, a carton of low fat milk, a bottle of orange juice, a package of bologna, a wedge of Swiss cheese, and a container of yogurt for the refrigerator; and, frozen vegetables, waffles, and a tub of ice cream for the freezer. All have realistic hand-painted labels to help with letter and word recognition, as well as food identification. Quality solid wood construction means this is some fridge food that has no expiration date.
Nourish Cognitive Development
This sturdy and colorful wooden fridge food set will satisfy kids' hunger for hands-on play and can nourish cognitive development, too! It helps introduce the basics of nutrition, and can be used to teach early reading and number skills, color recognition, sorting, and grouping. The solid wood pieces are perfectly sized for small hands and pretend refrigerators and freezers to help develop motor skills and dexterity. The collection will spur creative play and encourage budding young cooks to explore the kitchen for years to come.
- COLD FOOD WOODEN PLAY SET: The Melissa & Doug Fridge Food Wooden Play Food Set includes items kids can find in a refrigerator like waffles, milk, ice cream, Swiss cheese, butter, frozen vegetables, orange juice, and yogurt.
- HAND-PAINTED WOODEN PIECES: Our play food is made with high-quality wood and features hand-painted artwork.
- PROMOTES CREATIVE EXPRESSION: Melissa & Doug fridge food sets help to promote creative expression while teaching basic shapes, colors, words, and number recognition.
- GIFT FOR AGES 3 AND UP: This Fridge Play Food Set makes a great gift for children ages 3 and up. Add the Melissa & Doug Pantry Products Play Food Set to round out the hands-on, screen-free play and learning.
- "THE GOLD STANDARD IN CHILDHOOD PLAY": For more than 30 years, Melissa & Doug has created beautifully designed imagination- and creativity-sparking products that NBC News called "the gold standard in early childhood play."