Want to get a toy for your preschooler that will allow them to exercise their creative muscles and help them explore their limitless imaginations all while learning important skills like basic math and vocabulary building as well as social etiquette like taking turns and sharing? Consider investing in a play kitchen. More than just a place where pretend play happens (and that is certainly important), play kitchens allow your little one to practice being in a social situation with endless opportunities -- like playing "house" or "restaurant." As they manipulate plastic food and utensils, they'll learn new words and all about shapes, size and colors -- important early academic lessons that will help them down the line. Best of all, play kitchens offer a chance for family fun.
These top play kitchens run the gamut in price and size so you are sure to find something that fits your space and budget.
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