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Just Like Home Frying Pan with Food

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Manufacturer: Just like Home / Type: Child Development

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      08.11.2012 19:36
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      A great value set

      When it was my eldest daughters birthday in June her Godfather decided to take her to Toys R Us and let her pick her own birthday present, he didn't want to leave out my younger daughter so he bought her this set.

      The set came from Toys R us and the Just Like Home range is their own range so this is the only place you can buy it unless you pick it up on a second hand site. The set costs £4.99 which I thought was a decent price for what you get.

      The set came packaged in a plastic net with a simple cardboard piece attached to it with the name of the company, the name of the range and the fact that the toy is advised for ages 3 years and up although my daughter was only 21 months when she was bought it.

      The set comprises of a frying pan made of sturdy plastic and is bright pink in colour which is always a hit in my house as both girls love pink. The frying pan is slightly bigger than a tea plate for the pan and then has a sturdy thick handle easy for children to hold onto. You get numerous breakfast items in the set such as an apple, a bunch of bananas, some sort of multicoloured hash although I have no idea what it is, eggs, croissants, streaky bacon, some sort of diced meat, sausages, cereal, waffle and a carton of milk. I think this is a really great set which covers lots of different breakfast choices.

      When Emily first got the set she would put the food in the pan and wiggle it about a bit but that was all she did with it. As she has got a little older she will pretend to make food and even uses the frying pan to flip the food although there isn't any pancakes in the set. She loves putting food on the plates from her tea sets and bringing them to use for us to have to pretend to eat our food. She gets a lot of enjoyment out of this set and I find it great value and really durable apart from the milk carton and cereal box which were ruined within a couple of days. A great set to encourage imaginatory play.


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