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New Sprouts® Bushel of Fruit

New Sprouts® Bushel of Fruit

Item #LER 9720  | Ages 2+
$14.99
$11.99
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Product Description
Fill your basket at the fruit stand! Invite early dramatic play with nutritious produce! Made from soft, non-toxic plastic. Large enough for little hands.

Includes:

     • Basket
     • Apple
     • Strawberry
     • Lemon
     • Banana
     • Plum
     • Orange
     • Apricot
     • Grapes
     • Pear

Basket measures 4”H x 5.5”D

Grades: Toddler +

Learning Style: Visual, Tactile

Skill Development: Social & Behavioral, Language, Fine Motor, Basic Concepts
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New Sprouts® Bushel of Fruit
 
4.0

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4.0

Bushels of Fruity Fun

By Sweet Silly Sara

from Galion, Ohio

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Easy to clean
  • Healthy Eating Habits
  • Imaginative
  • Sturdy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Imaginative play

    Comments about New Sprouts® Bushel of Fruit:

    My son loves play food. He likes to pretend he is cooking, eating and shopping. He also likes to pretend he is feeding the dog play food. I love that he has a great imagination and that I can count on Learning Resources to help him with one of his favorite forms of pretend.

    This was perfect for my busy 3 year old. While he loves play food, getting him to eat the real deal can be a challenge. Using pretend fruits and veggies has been helpful to breaking the barrier. At this time last year my son would run and hide at the sight of grapes or an orange. Now that we have incorporated pretend fruit into our daily play he will go as far as to lick any kind of fruit. That is a baby step, but an important one! Before long he will have the courage to eat fruits I hope.

    The Bushel of Fruit is a great set of pretend food. It is the right size for small hands. The pieces are sturdy and durable which is very important to me, my son can be rough on toys. I love that these fruits are easy to wash and dry. The aspect of imaginative play makes them perfect for young children.

    I have been very impressed with this set of play food, I hope to get the Bushel of Vegetables for him soon to begin working the wonderful world of veggies into his play time and diet.

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    4.0

    Fun and interactive learning

    By Chasing Supermom

    from Washington State

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Learn NEW vocabulary
    • Promotes healthy eating
    • Promotes imaginative play

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Healthy Eating Habits
      • Imaginative play
      • New Vocab

      Comments about New Sprouts® Bushel of Fruit:

      All four of my kiddos love this set. From my two older kids who love to pretend to create meals and play recipes or set up their own farmer's market in the living room, to my younger kids who simply like to push the food around in our pretend shopping cart, this cute little set is a hit! While my children are playing, they are learning about healthy food choices while using their imaginations! Leaning and imaginative play combined!

      *I received this basket in exchange for a review on my website.

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