Adorable Pretend Vegetable Play Set! #pretendvegetableset

Wait till you see this set of adorable Pretend Vegetables from Click-n-Play. This isn’t your ordinary Pretend Veggie set! So, what makes this set so special you ask? First, they are large vegetables. The perfect size for little hands. This is a 12 piece set. A plastic knife that is thick, and not in the least bit sharp anywhere on the knife. From tip to handle it’s a smooth surface. There are 10 brightly colored vegetables. You have a lemon, bell pepper, carrot, eggplant, broccoli tomato, avocado, onion, lettuce and an ear of corn.

The vegetable pieces are made of hollow hard plastic. Each vegetable has two piece and the pieces are held together by a small dot of Velcro.
Kids can ‘cut’ the vegetables apart by sliding the knife through the center. It so stinkin’ cute!!

Kids can pretend to slice these vegetables on the cutting board with the included knife. This will be the cutest addition to a play kitchen for any child.

The Pretend Vegetable Play Set is made using the highest quality materials, the Velcro is indented into the vegetable, so I don’t think it will be easy for the kids to dig the Velcro out.

Each piece has been tested to be safe for kids!

Using this set will help develop your child’s mind, creativity and thinking ability and train their hand-eye-coordination and hand flexibility by their own operation. The set will help to develop fine motor skills and it’s a great set for occupational therapists!

This set is recommended for kids 3 and up.


Nope, not a single one! I’m very pleased with this set. The colors are bright. The shapes are easy to recognize which vegetable it is. It arrives with the cutting board, knife and even a zippered plastic bag to store everything in. This is a super cute set!


  • Edward

    Love this play set, my niece would love this. We like to make sure that kids toys are of different varieties, fun and educational.


    I bought a set like this for my niece when she was aboout 2 and she was still playing with it when she was ten! Just don’t let the dog get at them!

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