Pretend play leads to cooperative play, is excellent for developing imaginations, and creative young minds!
Imaginary play is a crucial developmental stage. It’s the stage in which all children begin to develop an understanding of the world around them, and learn to safely navigate those surroundings through imitation, practice and exploration. It’s also a foundation for basic social and language skills.
Stack your sandwich the way you like it with the 16 "fixins" in this wooden sandwich kit. Use the wooden knife to slice apart the pieces--a satisfying "crunch" sound tells you your ingredients are fresh! The included wooden storage tray is perfect for keeping it all organized between meals.
• Pretend Play
• Object Recognition
• Can be used as assistive communication object
• Interactive Play
OTHER WAYS TO PLAY & LEARN:
• Ask the child to identify each food item (other than condiments) and to categorize it by basic food group: meat, dairy, grain, or fruits and vegetables. Ask the child to place each food group in a different crate.
• Ask the child to identify each food item (other than condiments) and to categorize it by basic food group: meat, dairy, grain or fruits and vegetables. Ask the child to place each food group in a different crate.
• Have the child identify the colors of each food item, and sort the items by color among the four crates.
• Help the child to assemble a balanced meal in each basket. Explain that each meal must have one item from each food group.
• Visual memory skills: Place 3-4 ingredients in front of the child. Let the child study them before asking the child to close their eyes while you remove one piece. Ask the child which piece was removed. Gradually increase the number of ingredients.
• 16 wooden sandwich ingredients to stack your sandwich any way you like it.
• Makes a satisfying "crunch" sound when the included wooden knife slices the pieces apart.
• Wooden storage tray (13" H x 9.25" W x 1.6" L)
• High-quality materials ensure durability and safety.