Caring Corners Family & Friends: Table Manners
The Table Manners kitchen set encourages sharing, as children are preparing and serving food in their imaginary games. Olivia was entertained for many hours, making up stories and scenarios; it's a toy that can be played with on her own and with friends.
Olivia involved many of her other toys in the fun and games, including Teletubbies, and oversized dolls, which made the play all the more exciting, creating new and exciting characters to enter the shop. We thoroughly enjoyed using different voices for each character.
I felt that Olivia's concentration improved, something she often struggles with. It helped her to create new and imaginative ideas, encouraging her to invent more realistic and fathomable ideas/ The end result - she was extremely pleased with Table Manners and insisted we play again.
The bright colours are attractive and, although some of the pieces are quite delicate, they are easy to use and each fit into a designated slot, making all the shelving very stable - preventing chaos!
Olivia enjoyed playing this on her own and with a friend. They really enjoyed the 'Caring Corners' set
Olivia is keen to collect all the other parts to this game, apparently her shop needs more food! And I'm sure she will convince me to buy Mrs Goodbee's Doll's House eventually, and even the whole gang to go with it!
Caring Corners Accessory Packs are suitable from children aged three plus and range from £6.99 to £14.99. All are available from Amazon. To order please click the links below:
Learning Curve Caring Corners Table Manners Accessory Pack
Learning Curve Caring Corners Mrs Goodbee Interactive Doll's House