What is it
Perfect for any play market, this card machine helps children improve numerical skills whilst providing lots of fun being in charge of their own world. Painted to fit with the Honeybake role play collection, mix and match sets together and see where their imagination takes them!
Complete with one machine, one receipt and one payment card. Extra receipt designs available to cut out from the colour box for extended play value.
Exclusive to the Honeybake Collection. From age 3+
What our team of testers said
"That comes to £10 please." - Girl aged 5
"My mummy has one of these." - Boy aged 3
- Aids imaginative play
- Develops understanding of money and counting
- Promotes language development
What our experts think
This delightful and tactile wooden toy is perfect for children who want to role play real world concepts. Our testers commented on how their parents used the machines and this really enhanced their levels of enjoyment. It is great for encouraging children to play imaginatively – role play provides the opportunity to act out and make sense of real world situations, which aids children’s social and emotional development as well as promoting understanding of their place in the world around them. This is a great addition to any role-play shop and all of our testers played with it in this way; the children enjoyed asking other family members/peers to buy things and then liked working out the total, which is a fun way of promoting counting and numeracy skills in a practical setting.
The only addition children would have liked to have seen was a beep ‘like the one in the shop’. Although they soon began to make their own sounds as they immersed themselves in their play. In addition, the children also used a wide range of language and sentence structures – there was a lot of mimicking what they heard in shops, which benefits vocabulary development as well as storytelling skills.
- RRP: £9.95
- Brands: Le Toy Van
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Fancy dress, role-play & music
- Types of skills developed: Creativity
Numeracy, counting & money
Personal, social & emotional development
Speech, language and communication skills
Understanding the world