My little Bear Cub isn’t interested in sitting and playing quietly with toys like his brother does. He’s much more interested in climbing and causing havoc!
The set itself is really lovely quality and I think the RRP of £16.99 is reasonable. There’s a lot of pieces in the set which makes it fun for a group of friends to play with together.
To my surprise my little cub actually sat and played with the tea set for about 20 minutes. Success! He really enjoyed putting the cakes into the tea cups and handing them out to myself and his brother. He used to tea pot to pour a drink and mixed with a spoon. I was pleasantly surprised how much he ‘knew’ when playing with the set. It’s not something he’s really played with before but he knew what to do.
Once Bear had been playing nicely for a while his big brother soon put down the xbox controller and joined him. As much as Lamb pretends he’s not into toys anymore and just wants to play games, he absolutely is. He grabbed himself a plate and pretended to eat a nice Cherry Bakewell!
The tea set is recommended for 3+ years, but I’m happy for Bear to play with it with my supervision. The cutlery is a little small, so I just take that away if he wants to play when I’m busy doing things around him.
I’m really glad we reviewed this toy as both the boys really love laying with it. And it’s nice to have something other than action figures and trains!
This toy is great for the boys to get involved with role play. Pretending to ask for a cup of tea and cake, or playing a waiter bring mummy her order. As well as this, the cakes assemble on the stand by finding the right shape. So it’s also a fun shape sorting toy!
Overall this has been a great toy to review and the boys will continue to enjoy it for for a long time
* We were sent this products free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words and opinions are my own.