Casdon Self-Service Supermarket | Large Interactive Checkout Toy For Children Aged 3+ | Packed With Realistic Features For Playing Shopkeepers!
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You also have to make up some pretend food into small boxes and this was quite straight forward too. The frame is sturdy and the sound effects are great as you scan the groceries, the payment card is great too. The sound effects are great, but they do get a little frustrating at 5am – hooray for the off switch on the back! MULTIPLE REALISTIC FEATURES: From play debit cards to working calculators, there are many realistic features to boost playtime fun.
The Casdon Self Service Supermarket is packed with different features to encourage learning through play. The paper money is made from a thin paper, so care should be taken to avoid any unintentional damage.Designed to replicate a self-contained, self-service checkout This wonderful set is ideal for imaginative children Touch screen electronic display and realistic sounds. I can’t wait for Syd’s friends to come over and play soon, so I can really see the Self Service Supermarket set being put through its paces. This set isn’t huge but is large enough to give a good enough effect of a supermarket self-serve checkout. Little ones adore role play and pretending that they are doing real life jobs – just like the grown-ups!
This would make a fantastic birthday or Christmas gift and there’s so much fun to be had playing with it. I definitely recommend doing it when the kids aren’t hanging around you like a pack of hungry hyenas. With a great selection of branded foods included with the Supermarket Till, there's absolutely nothing getting in your little ones way from running the best supermarket in town. For example, if a child wants to play with cars but can't yet reach them without climbing up on furniture or standing on boxes, then consider purchasing an attachment that allows them to play with cars without having to stand up or climb up things.It comes with an incredible 75 pieces and the food items included are branded, this can help younger ones as they may be able to recognise the products from the packaging before they are able to read. The weather really held out for Easter except for a few days this year – and the boys were really glad because they got a chance to try out the new Gazillion Bubbles machines! Similarly to real self-service checkouts, the Self-Service Supermarket has realistic sounds and lights to further stretch your little one’s imagination.
Its not difficult to set up at all however it did take me slightly longer to put all the stickers in place. At almost four, five and six, the children love nothing more than role play, getting completely into character and creating the most imaginative games together. Assembling the Self Service Supermarket was relatively easy, with the folding of the produce boxes and stickers the main part that took the additional time.Equipped with a 'touch-sensitive' screen and working calculator, purchases will zoom through the checkout like never before! He got frustrated with having to keep putting the items back on the shelf, and lost interest quite quickly. The card machine on the side of the scanner also beeps when the numbers are pushed and coins put in can be given back as change when the button is pressed too. I have talked in the past about how much they both love their babies and often this is all they play with!