Melissa & Doug Let’s Play House: Grocery Cans

April 14, 2014 - Comment

About Melissa & Doug Toys Since 1988, Melissa & Doug have grown into a beloved children’s product company. They’re known for their quality, educational toys and items, and have grown in double digits annually. The Melissa & Doug company has been named Vendor of the Year by such great retailers as FAO Schwarz, Toys R

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About Melissa & Doug Toys Since 1988, Melissa & Doug have grown into a beloved children’s product company. They’re known for their quality, educational toys and items, and have grown in double digits annually. The Melissa & Doug company has been named Vendor of the Year by such great retailers as FAO Schwarz, Toys R Us, and Learning Express, and their toys have been honored as ”Toys of the Year” by Child Magazine, FamilyFun Magazine and Parenting Magazine. Melissa & Doug – caring, quality children’s products. Easy On/off plastic lids. Includes 10 cans in various sizes and designs. Recommended for ages 3 and up. Dimensions: 2.7L x 5W x 13.2H inches.

Product Features

  • Play food cans that open and close
  • Includes 10 cans in a variety of sizes and designs
  • Plastic lids pop on and off with ease
  • Sturdy and colorful cardboard sides
  • Promotes sorting and grouping, color recognition and awareness of different types of food

Comments

CapnCaveman says:

Cardboard? Really, Melissa & Doug?! Over the years, I’ve come to expect better quality products from this company. They usually utilize long lasting materials like wood and plastic, and provide a toy that stands up to the rigors of play that you would expect from a toddler. My 4 year old got this for her birthday, to compliment her new KidCraft Uptown Espresso Kitchen. Unfortunately the “cans” are made of cardboard and the lids/bottoms are plastic. Within days, most of these cans were so badly damaged they had to be thrown away. One met it’s demise when my little girl decided to sneak some cheese balls away and hide them inside the can. The oil from the junk food permeated the cheap cardboard and turned it into a greasy piece of mush. Another just plain got crushed she stepped on it. Yet another bit the dust after her 1 year old sister bit into it, soaking it in the kind of drool only a teething 1-year old can produce. Needless to say, I would not recommend this product. Look elsewhere for play cans made of…

Lisa Kline says:

Not bad 0

Betsy Griffin says:

very cute 0

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