Prepare a recipe for learning with the Choppin’ Fun Learning Pot™! Children love to pretend to cook. Prepare broccoli, corn, a tomato and a carrot with snap-apart veggies, a play knife and cutting board. Hear the pot respond with encouraging phrases as kids add veggies to the pot. Let’s make spaghetti sauce! Follow five step-by-step recipes to encourage learning with play. Chop the food and set the temperature dial. Now press a food button and stir the pot to make spaghetti sauce, rainbow soup, corn on the cob, carrot soup and broccoli with cheese! Watch the pot “boil” with pretend water in the front panel. Hear the pot count to 10 and talk about colors as you play. Serve up your creation in the bowl, pick up the spoon, and dig in! All the pieces store in or on the pot for easy cleanup when playtime is done. Soup-tastic!
“My daughter loves playing pretend kitchen and restaurant, so she was really into this toy. She loves the dial on the front that boils the water. All of the pieces are easy to pick up/hold and are well made. The components seem durable and able to withstand plenty of play time, i.e. throwing and dropping. The vegetables cleverly snap in half and are easy for my daughter to “cut.”
“I love that the toy is interactive as you drop in different vegetables. For such a simple toy, there is a lot of learning built into it such as vocabulary/name recognition, counting, colors, and learning how to follow instructions (for the recipes).”
“I appreciate that once done playing, nearly all of the pieces fit into the pot itself. My daughter is a big fan of this pot and it kept her entertained for longer than many of her other toys.”
“I love all of the learning opportunities this toy presents in simple and natural ways.”
“I’ve seen a lot of kitchen and cooking toys, but the boiling feature on this is new to me and so fun.”