Designed and crafted in Scandinavia, this beautiful wooden ice cream stand will provide hours of imaginative fun. The set comes complete with a selection of 6 lolly ices and ice creams that look good enough to eat! Part of our Kids Bistro range.
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Your little ones will be squealing with delight when they discover the fun that can be had with their own ice cream stand!
Designed and crafted in Scandinavia, this beautiful Kids Concept wooden ice cream stand will provide hours of imaginative fun. The set comes complete with a selection of 6 lolly ices and ice creams that look good enough to eat! Part of the Kids Bistro range.
This set is great for encouraging imaginative play – perfect for a play ice cream party.
Rec. age months +36
Length in cm 30
Width in cm 18.5
Height in cm 29.8
Number of parts (mounted) 7
Net Weight (g) 1164
PaintType Water based color
Material Plywood/Beech/Schima/100% Cotton
Ice cream table stand: Linden plywood. Cone, stick ice lolly: Beech. Ice cream: Schima. Textile: 100% cotton.
Clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry with clean cloth. Check regularly that all screws are tight and that all parts are intact.
WARNING! Contains small parts that could be swallowed. Choking hazard. Not for children under 3 years. Retain all information. Remove all packaging before giving the toy to a child.
THE PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH THE EU’S CURRENT SAFETY AND FOLLOWS THE TOY STANDARD EN 71
Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas
Mr Mole is busily thinking up new ideas for this product and will update things soon!
Larry's Learning Outcomes
Larry thinks that role playing is one of the most important activities that young children can take part in. It gives natural opportunities to problem solve and encourages conversations about many areas of daily life and common experiences.
Imaginations will go into overdrive when little ones create their own characters and scenarios to act out situations that they can use to prepare them for real life experiences.
Opportunities to explore colours and discuss tastes and flavours will come naturally through play and number work can be incorporated if little ones decide to run their own ice cream parlour!