Let's Play House! Mealtime Utensil Set

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A must-have for the well-appointed play kitchen, this sturdy set of stainless-steel utensils is perfectly sized for pretend play-and safe to use for real snacks, too! Packaged in a handy metal storage tray to keep everything organized, the set includes four forks, four knives, four larges spoons, and four smaller spoons. Each utensil is made of a single piece of thick, durable stainless steel, so there are no joints to weaken or bonds to break. Just perfectly proportioned, wonderfully durable play pieces built to last through countless culinary adventures.


  • Dishwasher-safe, food-grade metal utensils
  • 17-piece set includes: forks, knives, larger spoons, and smaller spoons (4 of each)
  • Sturdy stainless steel construction
  • Includes metal tray for sorting and storage
  • Sized for kids, play kitchens, and all Let's Play House! accessories


  • Product: 5.5" x 1.3" x 8.5" Packaged 1.3 lbs
  • Package: 8.5" H x 5.5" W x 1.3" L


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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • Mix the utensils all together. Ask the child to sort them into the tray, grouping the forks, spoons, and knives into separate compartments.

  • Use the other side of this card as a placemat to teach the child about setting the table. Then turn the card over again and challenge the child to create a place setting correctly by memory.

  • Lay out a place setting that's missing one piece. Ask the child to find the correct piece to complete the place setting.

  • Place all the utensils in a pillowcase or paper bag, then ask the child to identify different utensils by touch alone. Ask for all the forks, spoons, and knives, or specify a sequence to grab--such as a knife, then a small spoon, then a fork, then a large spoon.

  • Ask the child to use all the utensils to set a table for a dinner party. Make placemats by tracing this card on plain or patterned paper, then helping the child to cut out the mats and add decorations. Encourage the child to complete the scene with a creative centerpiece, too!