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#1 of 4 Old 03-29-2010, 10:23 PM - Thread Starter
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DD is turning four in May. She still loves her play kitchen, which we've had for five years now. We have a large mish-mash of food/utensils (Haba, M&D, plastic velcro, etc.), but I'm thinking of getting her some new accessories. What would you recommend?

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All the cookwear and dishes from IKEA are great - we actually use the cookware in our kitchen for real. I have seen some AMAZING felt and crochet food items that mama's here make and on etsy.

Check THIS out!

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i am a fan of buying REAL utensils. ok, not knives.....
then i can "borrow" them!!

how long before i let me kids help me cook? they do now and they are only 1 and 3 years old.
if they get the real tools, they learn to take care of them, and maybe get to keep them forever!

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wow!! that is the best felt food I have ever seen!
My daughter is 4.5 and loves her play kitchen too. A big thing for her now is setting up elaborate parties, whether they are for real or imaginary people!
She likes to use a china tea set plus nice settings.
I would recommend a really nice set of plates/bowls/utensils/cups.

She also cooks with real stuff in the kitchen but I'd rather not cook all the times that she wants to, we would eat way too often!

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