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Mud kitchen for kids

Dhs. 1,280.00
Keywords: mud kitchen
Metadata: Mud kitchen enhances your kids’ learning. If you are looking for the perfect
playset for your kid in UAE, visit our site.

Product Description:

Size: H60x W120 cm

About this Item:

Imaginative Play: Mud cheeseburger and Puddle soup are on the kids’ mud kitchen
menu. Our hand-made mud kitchens offer your children learning and development in
the most fun and imaginative way. Playing with a mud kitchen makes your kid
connects with nature better.
Included: The mud kitchen has two bowls, four hot plates, one utensil rail with white
containers, lots of kitchen utensils.
Easy to Assemble and Good Build: Cute outdoor playset is made of pine (solid wood),
waterproof and durable. The height is ideal for pre-schoolers. Easy to assemble.
Fun for Kids: Boys and girls will love cooking and making imaginative food with this
wooden kitchen.
We offer delivery across the UAE. You can choose the color without extra charge. For
other designs/dimensions, please get in touch with us to discuss.
Delivery to Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, and UAQ is AED 50. Abu Dhabi, RAK, and Al Ain are
not included in delivery charges.
If you want to add a working faucet then please check here.
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