The healthiest looking play food has just hit the virtual shelves of the Woolster online shop. These cute and realistic vegetables are handcrafted from 100% cotton. Another amazing crochet creation. Finally, there’s food your little one can play with without making a mess. It’s playtime.
Make a selection from the vegetable range to create a play food veggie draw. Or choose your favourite fruits to create your own play food fruit bowl. Or mix and match it into one healthy playset. The more items you select from this range, the more rewarding (and cheaper) it will be.
The crochet play foods are soft and cuddly yet super realistic. Perfect as educational toys to learn kids where food comes from. It follows the guidelines of Maria Montessori. These toys are:
- Simple so it offers limited choices
- Based in reality
- Made of natural materials
- Functional and constructive
Woolster Play Food handcrafted crochet items fit these criteria perfectly. The carrot looks exactly like a carrot, the beetroot offers educational value and nothing more and they are all made from natural materials (cotton). Soft, cuddly and educational.
Play & pretend with handcrafted play food toys
These play foods, the vegetable edition, are great for kids to learn everything about where fruit comes from. It starts with learning the shapes & sizes and distinguishing one fruit from the other. But soon they’ll want to know where it comes from and why tomatoes are different in winter than in summer (price, taste etc). Play food is the stepping stone in their quest for knowledge.
Combine it with the handcrafted Play Food Fruits and they can open up their own fruit & veggie shop. It’s all part of their pretend and play world. A great way to learn the value of money and become better in counting. The possibilities are endless.
All Woolster crochet products are handmade and created with ❤️ while travelling the world. The photos above are real photos of the products. However, due to the way your monitor displays colours, there can be a small difference between the photos and the real-life product.