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The children and I love wooden toys and we have spent the last couple of years collection many wooden accessories for LP’s play kitchen. The latest is a set of Traditional Wooden Tea Party Biscuits from the Imperial War Museum shop.
The Traditional Wooden Tea Party Biscuits come in a beautiful wooden storage box – it really makes all the difference when toys come with their own storage solution. There are ten different biscuits which are all carved from wood and painted with so much detail too. LP and Little Man were able to recognise so many of our family favourite biscuits and they really were perfect for having their own tea party.
The biscuits have numbers on one side which is great from an educational perspective – helping the children to put the biscuits in the right order and playing adding and subtracting games. It also taught LP what a line under a six or nine means and now she can easily tell which number is which.
LP loves the Wooden Tea Party Biscuits and they are the perfect addition to her play kitchen but they would be great as a standalone toy too. This is the kind of toy I wouldn’t hesitate to buy as a gift – well made, long lasting and with a timeless appeal.
Any age child would love this set of biscuits. They are great for tea parties, to count with, to play shops with and just to have fun with. The children love them and I think they would be a great addition to any child’s toy box.
The Traditional Wooden Tea Party Biscuits have an RRP of £10.00