I’ve long been a fan of toys that encourage role play. Allowing children to use their imaginations and build on their social skills. I think it’s important that this role play is nutured in children, allowing them to develop communication skills, sharing and many other skills that will serve them for life.
It’s nearly our nephews 3rd birthday and this year he is really into role play toys, from pretending to be a fire fighter, to a musician to a shopper in his mini supermarket. But high up on the list is his own kitchen and cooking equipment. His grandparents are buying him a kitchen and he is very excited.
When I was offered the Casdon Little Cook Morphy Richards Kitchen Set I knew instantly that I wanted to see what it was like and let my nephew have it to go with his new kitchen.
The Casdon Little Cook Morphy Richards Kitchen Set has a range of elements that look just like the real, working equivalent. I love that the kettle looks exactly like our real kettle!
The fun part about the Casdon Little Cook Morphy Richards Kitchen Set is that some of the elements actually work. The toaster will pop up the toast. You can fill up the kettle and the filter machine with water and the filer machine actually drips into the pot, just like a real one would.
Each item is well made, good quality and most importantly the perfect size for little hands. I think both boys and girls aged between 2/3 and 5 would really love this set.
We received the Casdon Little Cook Morphy Richards Kitchen Set for the purposes of this review.