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Best play kitchen?

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ChristmasCountdown Sun 11-Nov-12 07:51:10

Unfortunately a lot of the play kitchens don't have any noises, though this elc one does. It's a bargain too! No idea what it's like though.

DS had a toaster that popped, a kettle that lit up and gurgled etc (from elc I think) so it's maybe worth looking for accessories like that if you struggle to find a kitchen that ticks all the boxes.

MrsHerculePoirot Sat 10-Nov-12 23:12:07

I was also going to say the idea one, but it only has buttons to light up the hob. Sturdy though...

lorisparkle Sat 10-Nov-12 23:08:51

We love our IKEA kitchen but it only fulfils half of your requirements. We have found it really sturdy and all my DS are climbers and testers-to-destruction and it has so far withstood their rough handling (DS3 loves to stand on the very top giving everybody heart failure!) Unfortunately it is very limited in the buttons/switches/lights/sounds but has got some nice sturdy doors which are often very popular!

theDudesmummy Sat 10-Nov-12 14:18:44

I want to get a play kitchen for my DS (aged 3) for Xmas, has anyone got any good recommendations? His dad does all the cooking in the evenings and I think he would enjoy trying to copy him etc. I think that one with some buttons/switches/lights/sounds etc would be the best fun for him (he is autistic and loves pressing buttons, switching switches etc). It would have to be robust as he is a climber and a great tester-to-destruction of anything in any way flimsy! Anyone bought any particularly nice ones?

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