DUKTIG 14-piece vegetables set
How to get it
Play is a fun way to learn about the colours, shapes and names of different vegetables. These are made of a soft material and are easy to wash, so your child can be just as creative as a master chef.Article Number901.857.49
Fresh vegetables every day. What a luxury! Wondering what little chefs can create using what’s in the vegetable box? Maybe it will be a colourful salad or a savoury ratatouille? Yummy.
Encourages role play which helps children to develop social skills by imitating grown-ups and inventing their own roles.
Helps the child develop fine motor skills and hand/eye co-ordination.
A Huldén/S Dahlman
Comprises: 1 vegetable box with 2 mushrooms, 2 tomatoes, 1 onion, 1 leek, 1 cucumber, 1 bundle of carrots, 1 head of lettuce and 4 salad leaves.
In the DUKTIG series, there is everything that a little chef needs to succeed in the kitchen.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
- 100 % polyester
- 100 % polyester - hollow fibre
Machine wash, max 40°C, mild process.
Do not bleach.
Tumble drying, low temperature (max 60°C).
Do not iron.
Do not dryclean.
- Recommended for ages from 3 years.
- DUKTIGArticle Number901.857.49
Width: 19 cm
Height: 10 cm
Length: 23 cm
Weight: 0.14 kg
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