This wooden play food set is perfect for young chefs looking to explore a little mealtime fun--without the mess! It includes eight pieces of wooden food that can be sliced into 27 sections, a cutting board, and a wooden knife. Cutting the food makes a satisfying "crunch"--and provides a playful introduction to concepts of "whole," "part," and fractions.
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487 Cutting Food - Wooden Play Food 3+
- Wooden play food set with pieces that stick together and come apart with a satisfying "crunch" sound as kids slice them apart
- Self-stick tabs hold pieces together
- Beautifully painted pieces feature realistic details
- Sturdy wooden construction
- Perfect for pretend play and introducing concepts of part and whole
- Product: 2.8" x 12" x 11" Packaged 3.3 lbs
- Package: 11.4" H x 10.8" W x 2.5" L
Have kids identify each food and categorize it as a fruit, vegetable, or grain.
Place the food items in a row and ask kids to count the number of food items. Repeat the activity until the child is able to count them independently.
Have kids place the apple on the cutting board and cut it apart with the wooden knife. Explain that the apple has been cut into two equally sized pieces, or halves. Ask kids to find another piece of food that could be cut in half (the pepper).
Have kids put together the sandwich-bread slices on the cutting board and to use the wooden knife to cut them into individual slices. Explain that the bread was cut into three equal slices, or thirds. (Do not use the loaf for this activity--it works best with the sandwich slices.)
Have kids place the watermelon slice on the cutting board and to cut it apart with the wooden knife. Explain that the watermelon slice has been cut into four pieces, or fourths.