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Big Game Hunters Mud Kitchen with Working Tap – Kid’s Wooden Outdoor Play Kitchen

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His dad assembled it and he’s great at diy so it wasn’t an issue but it still took him an hour or so . It should have many of the features of a normal kitchen including taps, a hob, sink and perhaps even an oven. There’s plenty of bench space for a couple of children to create concoctions at the same time, and the sink is big enough for two younger children to splash in at the same time. Arrived quickly and in one box Really easy to put together and light so able to move around the garden. With 11 characters to use, you can have your child's name or favourite phrase on the mud kitchen to add a personal touch.

You can also make your own DIY mud kitchen using palettes as you can see in the images below from Wirral Wildlings Forest school - this essentially gives you the permanent base structure and then you can add in your mud kitchen accessories. if nothing else, a bucket or a bowl, pans, some sticks and some mud are all you really need to get going, the rest is down to your imagination! It's relatively easy to assemble, although it may take a bit of readjusting to make the oven door align correctly. Kids love getting grubby in the garden, digging in the soil, collecting leaves and generally enjoying the freedom of playing outside — and a mud kitchen is one way to allow them to safely explore this urge. It's also spacious and big enough to play with friends with plenty of space on top for creating muddy meals as well as shelving and storage underneath to keep your pots and pans.

The chalkboard menu on the mud kitchen is perfect for displaying the dish of the day or recording new recipes.

Featuring one of our bespoke luxury kitchens and a standard kitchen with chalkboard which is being used as a potting station. just above their elbow is a good starting point - this means there’s room to grow, although if they are taller (or a sibling is) they won’t ‘lose out’ if they are a bit taller! The large sliding stainless steel draining board doubles as extra prep space when lifted, revealing a removable splash tub below to mix up delightfully messy mud pies and soupy mixtures.

Everything is made in the UK out of gorgeous rustic, untreated wood that feels very durable – it’s certainly the most natural mud kitchen we tried. It includes a decent-sized countertop with two raised hob rings and a plastic sink with a working tap.

I used a spray can for ease, but next time I will use a paint on yacht varnish to waterproof and protect the wood as the spray didn't give a durable enough finish. This mud kitchen is unique as it offers 360 degrees of activities and fun features - with mud pie making and plant potting on one side and an easel for drawing and painting on the other.Products that contain small parts may pose a choking hazard and should not be used by children under 3.

This well-made mud kitchen counter is designed to attach to a fence, wall, shed or playhouse and is a great solution if you don't have the money or the space for a standalone mud kitchen in your garden. It really encourages all types of garden play, from acting as a little potting area (it comes with a child’s size trowel, fork and mini rake) to a creative space and of course, a kitchen.Having lots of places to put all their bits and pieces right inside their play kitchen also means it is much much easier for them to find everything they need when they are outside playing - win win! This mud kitchen from Studio has a working tap with a pump action - the water is contained underneath the top layer tap and is reused once the water goes down the sink hole and into the container underneath, ready to be pumped back out.

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