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October 18, 2011 at 8:35 am Leave a comment

Bake & Decorate Cupcake Set : Wooden Play Food : Toy Cupcakes Set by Melissa & Doug

Giveaway: 10/18/11 only!
TO ENTER:  Like Us on Facebook, find the Bake & Decorate Cupcakes giveaway post, and follow the instructions to enter! Ends midnight 10/18/11. (MSRP $19.99)

Be sure your little baker uses the oven mitt to remove these four delectable-looking wooden cupcakes from their cupcake baking tray! This special set has three dry-erase markers shaped like icing tubes to decorate the smooth, removable, wipe-off cupcake tops. With colorful baking cupcake sleeves and decorative wooden candles, these low-cal cupcakes will be the hit of birthday and tea parties!

Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:

  • Ask the child to make the cupcakes to order. For example, you might request one chocolate cupcake with pink icing and green polka dots.
  • Ask the child to tell a story about the cupcakes he/she is baking. Are they for a special party, holiday, or event?
  • Ask the child to study the candles then close his/her eyes. Remove and conceal one candle. Ask the child to describe the missing candle. Repeat by concealing two candles, then three.
  • Place four decorated cupcakes in front of the child. Ask the child to study them then close his/her eyes. Remove and conceal one cupcake. Ask the child to describe the missing cupcake.
  • Pretend to have a birthday party. Ask the child to decorate the cupcakes and place them into the cupcake tray. Ask the child to sing “Happy Birthday,” then “blow out” the candles.

Dimensions: 10.5″ x 13.25″ x 3.13″ Packaged

Recommended Ages: 3+ years

$19.99

Buy Bake & Decorate Cupcake Set : Wooden Play Food : Toy Cupcakes Set by Melissa & Doug

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