ELC Cut and Play Ice Cream Set Reviews
Product Type: ELC Child Development
Description:Manufacturer: ELC / Type: Problem Solving / Age: 3 Years+
Newest Review: ... ice creams, a scoop and a long spoon. The flavours are chocolate, strawberry, mint and I think we have one that looks like ... more
Customer ELC Cut and Play Ice Cream Set Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/07/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
My cousin Eloise absolutely loves her little plastic kitchen and the majority of time I'm playing with her is spent being force fed, and having to pretend to eat plastic food. She absolutely loves pottering about with most things, as long as she can slip into a little role playing situation. When I saw this for £8 in Early Learning Centre I couldn't resist buying it, there was also a birthday cake but I thought I would buy this as part of her birthday present later in the year if she enjoyed her Ice Cream set. I later found out from the Early Learning Centre website that they also do a pizza and all three products are part of the Cut and Play range. Each of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I bought this set a few years ago for my daughter, who is now 7. At the time, we used to enjoy playing cafes, and I thought this would be a good addition to our cafe box. ELC do a range of cut and play food, which are basically plastic play food items, such as pizza or a birthday cake, which are made up of sections that stick together with velcro. The toys are very colurful and cheerful, and because they are from ELC, good quality is a given. The ice cream set consists of various pieces: some plastic bowls and cones, a scoop, a play spoon and various different coloured ice creams. I notice that there is a tiny bit of variation in the set that I bought ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10, updated on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
If you go to any Toddler Group or Preschool, you will probably find that some of the most played with toys are those that promote role play and imaginative play. At home we have a huge box of pretend food that is often used by both my children to play shops or "house", and this ice cream set is the newest addition. This toy is part of the ELC "cut and play" series, they also do a pizza and birthday cake which are very popular judging from the amount of times we have come across them at the aforementioned Toddler Groups. All the items in this series feature bits which can be attached together with velcro and easily detached by little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
My son loves going to the ice cream parlour, something we do about twice a year. Last year, after one of our visits, our son began trying to force feed us with screwed up bits of kitchen towel or tissues claiming that he was offering us ice cream. So when I saw the cut and play ice cream set in our local Early Learning Centre closing down sale I had to buy it for him. The set comes with a selection of plastic play cones and tubs, various single scoops of plastic ice cream and some fruit decorations to top off your ice cream. There is also a scoop and a long sundae spoon. All the pieces are made of a very tough plastic making you very sure that your child ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/10 (Useful, 24 readings)
My family love the Early Learning Centre Cut and Play Range. We have the vegetables, cake, sandwiches etc but our favourite and the most used is definately the ice cream set. You get 2 wafer cones, 1 wafer cornet, 2 tubs, a variety of different ice creams, a scoop and a long spoon. The flavours are chocolate, strawberry, mint and I think we have one that looks like blackcurrant. As with all the cut and play sets these items have velcro on them to enable you to interchange the different scoops of icecream and tubs/cones. The items are all made of hard wearing plastic which can be wiped clean easily. It is one of those toys that children like to put ... Read the complete review
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