DIY Pretend Stovetop

Pretend play is one of the biggest foundational skills we work on with kiddos who are language delayed.  So, when I was browsing on Pinterest this weekend and saw this and this I knew I had to make one! I don't have a circuit or any way to cut vinyl so I made it using full page labels and cutting by hand.  You could also use sticker paper.  I got most of the supplies from Wal-Mart (bin and some pretend food), Target (pretend food) or Toys R Us (pot and pan set). I used a 38 QT. Sterelite bin.  I printed the burners, knobs and temperature stickers on full page label paper I found at Office Depot.  I love that it keeps it all super organized and that it's small enough to move in and out. Here are a few pictures of the finished product.  Can't wait to start playing!




Want to make one for yourself?  Click on the picture below to download the stovetop graphics for FREE.  

No comments

Post a Comment