Fruit or Veggie Mud Kitchen Stones

$32.99
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Fresh from the mud kitchen or outdoor area comes fruit salad, poached fruit, Boiled, roasted, fried or steamed, soups, stews, salads, cobbler and pies. Children will find all sorts of ways to prepare and serve these delightful tactile stones for all-year-round dining! They clean up beautifully and are great for baths, mud kitchens, messy cooking and more! 

FRUIT: 8 pieces

VEGGIES: 8 pieces 

Please select which set from the drop down menu

Measures 1.5– 3"

Made from non-toxic composite stone.

 

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M.D.
Perfect for our mud kitchen!

My daughter will love these for her mud kitchen play. the quality is great and details.

C
C.R.
This shop is THEE best small shop around ❤️

I can HONESTLY say I think I maybe own every item in their shop now, from organizational baskets, to their custom made educational manipulative toys, and awaiting my order of JARS! 🙌🏼 Just the sweetest family owned business, with great communication, and timely shipping, as they hand-pack every item themselves. I even had an order missing 2 promise baskets, and they shipped me 4 in the color I loved. Will continue doing business with Maple and Lark, and look forward to their NEW basket designs and Montessori toys to come! Has truly changed my homeschool game, and organized my whole house. Thanks guys! ❤️

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a.
Definitely a fave

My granddaughter absolutely loved this set. She now plays with them daily. I love the details of each stone

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K.G.

Fruit or Veggie Mud Kitchen Stones

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A.B.P.
Salt that mess!!!

I got these for my little one when he was about 6 months old. Don’t fret, he’s only played with it a few times. He’s also transitioned out of putting stuff in his mouth and into throwing things. But, the few times I’ve let him play with these, he’s LOVED them. He started doing this motion like he’s salting food and we got a really cute video of him doing it over the stones. Funny enough, he recognizes which one is the avocado (which he loves) and the lemon (which he doesn’t like a whole lot). These stones are so cute and so well made and I cannot wait to start burying these in whatever for sensory play!