Step2 Plastic Pretend Play Kitchen For Kids

Last updated: June 6, 2023

Take imaginative play even further with lights and sounds. This play kitchen for kids comes with several accessories. Small storage bins are also included.

We looked at the top Play Kitchens For Kids and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Play Kitchen For Kids you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: This play kitchen for kids has a sizzling noise on the stove and lights in the oven.

In our analysis of 59 expert reviews, the Step2 Plastic Pretend Play Kitchen For Kids placed 1st when we looked at the top 19 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Let the kids cook for you for a change! Place the pot and pan on the stove, and listen as food starts to bubble and sizzle! Realistic lights and sounds add to the pretend play fun!

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The instructions are easy to follow and can be assembled in less than an hour.
Comes with about 40 life-like accessories
Keeps kids occupied and they get to enjoy cooking and learning about food.
Moreover, this food play also has the pass-thru design that allows your kid to play a game of restaurant with their friend happily. Your kiddos and their friend also have a place that they can pretend to cook the food and boiling the water as well.
The good is that it makes it lightweight, reliable, and is less expensive (this one is only about $85)
With 45 food prep accessories, your little one will have every tool imaginable to make a meal — from plates, pans and salt shakers down to coffee pods and a travel mug to take her drink "on the go.”
Stove features fun lights and sounds.
Kids can play many creative games. They can take order on the phone and pretend to cook
Modern amenities including pod-style coffee maker and dog bowls
A big kid’s cookware like this needs an adequate storage area for the accessories, In this, the Fun with Friends set doesn’t disappoint.
Another fun feature is the stove top. When you put a pot or pan on the burner, a sizzling noise and lights start up, giving it a realistic feeling. Step2 certainly thinks of everything!
Big enough for multiple kids to play in at the same time

What reviewers didn't like

The primary one is that there are only indentions where the screws are to be placed. Per the company, this is intentional for safety reasons. Using a power screwdriver will make assembly easier and quicker.
Assembly can be difficult
the bad is that it's not as nice looking or stylish, and the entire kitchen is easy to push around or even tip over
Two AA batteries not included
Even the smaller accessories, like the salt shakers, need assembly
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