Prepare & Serve Pasta Set
Item # 9361
Prepare perfect pretend pasta every time with this 50-plus-piece pasta-making set! Fun pasta boxes hold felt penne, bow tie pasta, linguini, and ravioli pockets that can be hand-stuffed with felt spinach, meat, or cheese fillings. Follow the illustrated guide to order and "cook" the pasta in the large cook pot with lid, and "strain" it in the colander over the cooktop and sink play mat. Use the pasta spoon to scoop into the included pasta bowl, top with tomato sauce, cheese, or, butter toppings, and dig in! The set also includes a sauce jar, cheese shaker, salt shaker, and fork. This inventive set lets kids create countless imaginative pasta meals from start to finish!
- 50+ piece felt pasta set with pasta guide, instructions, and cooking and serving utensils
- Includes felt penne, bow ties, linguini, and ravioli with 3 fillings, toppings, cheese and sauce jars
- Use durable cooking pot with lid and colander on box that doubles as cooktop and sink
- Scoop with pasta spoon and serve with durable bowl and fork
- 3+ years
- Product: 10" x 9" x 3" Packaged 3.2 lbs
- Package: 16" H x 12" W x 3.35" L
KNOW YOUR NOODLES : Use the menu card to identify the four types of pasta (penne, linguini, ravioli, bow ties--also called farfalle). Place two to four of each type into the pot. Name one of the types of pasta, then close your eyes and reach into the pot to find it by feel alone!
PASTA PICK-UP: Place all eight strands of linguini in a pile. Try to pick up as many pieces as possible using only the fork--no touching the pasta with fingers! Try with other types of pasta and see which kind is easiest to pile on the fork and which is hardest.
COLORS & PATERNS: Sort the ravioli fillings into three piles by color. Create a pattern by placing one piece from each pile in a row and then repeat in the same order until all the pieces are used. Make patterns by stacking the pieces into towers, too!
ORDER UP! Imagine owning a pasta restaurant! Choose a name, make signs and advertisements, and create a menu with prices. Draw a picture of what it looks like and tell a story about the customers who dine there.