Dishpan measures 9 .625" x 7.5" x 2".
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About Me Preschool Teacher
Comments about Pretend & Play® Kitchen Set:
Its one of the favorite go to toys in my preschool class room, and recently bought it for my nieces. They love it
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Mistee Dawn
from Waverly, WV
About Me Education Oriented, Stay At Home Parent
I have an 8 year old with special needs and she is just now at the stage where she wants to pretend to cook and do the dishes and other home things that she sees her mommy do at home. She plays with this set for hours and bakes and cooks and does the dishes and makes tea in her teapot. The dishes are all very true to real ones and it comes with so many pieces. I love the product, my daughter loves the product and I highly recommend it.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Smaller than I thought
from Shandong, China
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
This is a really nice set, but not what I expected. I ask grandma to buy it for my girls because I already have several of the Learning Resources play food sets and they are wonderful. I wanted flatware for my girls to "eat" the food off of and cookware for them to "cook" the food in. So I was very disappointed to open the box and see how small the plates, pots and bowls were. I live in china and I try to avoid buying toys over here my kids might chew on, so we're stuck with plates smaller than our eggs and sandwiches. Read the specs, it's only the dishpan that is a good size-the rest is small.
My kids love it...
About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent, young mother
Great yet a bit more to the expensive side.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Most Pieces Okay for Younger Children
By Abby's Mommy
from Bartlett, IL
About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent, Former Teacher, Working Parent
Santa brought this for my daughter (12 mos). Now she's like a mini Rachel Ray!She's very young, so I removed the 10-20 pieces with small parts. The set is large. There are still a lot of pieces left to play with, which I'm careful she doesn't ever chew.She likes to sit at her table & pretend with the dishes. We sit on the floor & have great mommy-daughter "moments" stirring in the bowls & pots & talking about what we're cooking. She loves it, & I know she's building vocab & listening skills.I'm glad this set doesn't look feminine. If my next child's a boy, or if my daughter wants to play house with her male cousins, no problem.If Santa brings a kitchen next year, she can use these very sturdy plastic dishes with it for years!One negative--no real storage bin. The box serves as temporary storage. Buy a plastic bin, or get used to little dishes & cutlery all over your house!