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PlanToys Ice Cream Cone Pretend Play Food Set (3486) | Sustainably Made from Rubberwood and Non-Toxic Paints and Dyes

Indulge in a fun ice cream cone that doesn’t drip! Our PlanToys ice cream set empowers children to create their own ice cream cone. This pretend play food set contains an ice cream tray with 6 holes to support the cones, 2 ice cream cones, 3 scoops of ice cream (chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry), whipped cream topping, an ice cream scoop and a tray. The innovative scoop has a small projecting wood piece which can be used to move the ice cream flavors and whipping cream onto the cones and to stack them on top of each other. Children can mix and match the ice cream flavors and whipping cream to create the cone they want. The entire set is made from all natural rubber wood in Thailand. Child sized to assure easy playtime: tray measures 10.2 x 3.9 x 2.4 ices. Our Ice Cream Set enhances motor skills and hand-eye coordination. And it brings smiles to the wee ones. All PlanToys products are made from rubber wood trees which no longer produce latex. The rubberwood used is free of chemicals and is kiln dried to assure it remains chemical free. Our toys are assembled using a certified E-Zero formaldehyde free glue. Organic pigments and water-based dyes are then used to add color. A PlanToys toy is safe for your child, and assures a sustainable environment for their future. Suitable for children 2 years and over.
Children indulge their sweet tooth and create their own wooden ice cream cone creations which don't drip.
The 8 piece wooden set consists of a tray, ice cream scoop, 3 flavors of ice cream (strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate), and whipping cream.
Sized for preschoolers hands: Tray measures 10.2 x 3.9 x 2.4 inches.
Fine motor skills are improved as children use the innovative scoop to place the ice cream balls on the cone and on each other.
Sustainably crafted from chemical free rubberwood trees, formaldehyde-free glues, organic pigments, water based dyes, and safety tested