Melissa & Doug sent us their Grocery Store/Lemonade Stand to review. The Wooden Grocery Store is 129.99 in price and immediately calls the kids attention. They weren’t even interested in the box and these kids love boxes.
It does not come with any groceries but you can purchase all kinds of different food kits from Melissa and Doug. I’ve played with quite a few different sets that they have and all encourage creativity and learning. Your kids can learn about all of the different food groups play food, learn how to make a sandwich with the play food sandwich set, and play pizza party. We love Melissa and Doug products in my house, before I was offered this review I purchased four of their products as Christmas presents for my children and we already have a few of their developmental toys from last year too. I have been working with Melissa & Doug for a few years now. They have high quality and keep strict standards with their toys.
Installation was easy, my husband said he enjoyed putting it together because there was no screwing into wood. He didn’t have to worry about making a mistake and not being able to fix it. He used a power drill but it’s not needed. They provide everything you need to put it all together.
Here is a picture review of the Lemonade Stand:
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