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Rated 5 out of 5 by from We love it! We love Learning Resources play food--it's the best! This particular set we received for a review, and it includes a bowl of oatmeal with blueberries, a banana, half of a grapefruit, a slice of cantelope, an apple, a cluster of raspberries, two fried eggs, a bagel and a cup of yogurt. The pieces are really colorful and quite realistic. They look almost good enough to eat! My children absolutely love playing with these.
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Healthy Play My Thoughts Ever since she was a wee little girl, my five year old daughter Paige has loved play food and pretending to cook in her own little kitchen. Even after years of playing the same thing in the same old kitchen, she never tires of it. That's why I knew she would be thrilled to check out this New Sprouts Healthy Breakfast from Learning Resources! What is It? The Sprouts Healthy Breakfast set is a fun little green basket filled with nutritious foods for breakfast! I love how they are all bright, colorful and well made. Most importantly, they are healthy alternatives to some of the junk our kids want to eat. Why not pretend to eat what you really should be eating? It just might encourage them to want the same things in real life! What's Included in the Basket? A bowl of oatmeal with blueberries A banana Half of a grapefruit A slice of cantelope An apple, A cluster of raspberries, Two fried eggs A bagel A cup of yogurt. How is the Quality? It looks good enough, well, to eat! They are nice big sizes and thick, durable quality. I have bought play food before that I can just squeeze and it collapses and gets thrown away fairly quickly. You couldn't break this food if you tried! Which is why when Jax showed interest in it, I let him play with it to see what he would do. I'm sure he was initially drawn to the bright colors. What age is This Made for? The manufacturer recommended age is 2+. Clearly Jax is not there yet. Developmentally he's not going to get much out of it or understand healthy foods. BUT there are no choking parts and those eggs sure do sooth his gums! As I mentioned, Paige is five and loves playing with food. She had a playdate with a three year old who also was interested so just in my house alone was a span of 8 months to five that found different things they liked and to do with the food. A Healthy Brunch Paige and Claire pretended they were having brunch on the patio. Once again, Jax wanted in on the action so you will see him sneaking in a few shots! Paige tried to give him some food and send him away! Any Negatives? The one tiny little thing I didn't like was that Paige insisted the bagel was a donut and when I looked at it, I could see where she thought that. I obviously knew a donut in a healthy basket was out of place but it took a lot of convincing for her to believe me. It's not a big deal but it's the only thing I would change. Just make it a little more bagel-esque! My Conclusion My kids are thrilled with the New Sprouts Healthy Breakfast from Learning Resources so of course I'm happy! I want my kids to eat healthy and that means that everything in their life should reflect that, including their toys! You can head on down below to find out more about Learning Resources and enter to win a set for your little one(s)!
Date published: 2014-09-10
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