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Pita Pocket Lunch
( Hape $14.99 Score: )

For pretend time lunches, how about something healthy? So many pretend toy are about hot dogs, cupcakes and ice cream. Here is a new look. A felt pita bread in two halves with a pocket ready to fill with felt lettuce and Swiss cheese and wooden pepper, onions, pickle, and tomato slices. These are great as props for dramatic play. They are also good for knowing and naming as well as simple sorting. Pita Lunch Color Game for Two: Each player gets a half a pita. The object is to get one piece of each kind of food in your pita pocket. Make a color die with a small block and put green marker on two faces of the cube, put red marker on two others, yellow on one face and purple on another. Now players take turns rolling the die. They can take a piece of food that matches the color thrown. The first to get one of each color wins. Follow up with some real pita sandwiches for a snack or lunch--that will probably cost less than the toy.

The company has signed a verification form complying with our safety requirements. We did not independently test this toy in a lab.

Age: Preschool. Award Year: 2011. Click here to purchase the product on Amazon.com.


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