Whether you have boys or girls, most of them will love playing with a play kitchen! Making play pancakes, pizza and other food and inviting friends to have fun there – what can be better than that for your children? If you want to make some accessories for a play kitchen that your kids have, some faux food they could use, here’s a roundup of crafts for such kitchens.
If you have some tableware you don’t need or use already, why not make a cool kitchen for your kid? This cute pink set with a cutting board, bowls, spoons is a great idea for any girl. If you need a gender neutral set, change the colors for something else.
No fake kitchen is complete without a set of sugar cookies. With this easy to follow tutorial, your little baker will have so much fun whipping up their own batch of felt sugar cookies. Felt sugar cookies are also the perfect accompaniment for any tea party. Package these homemade felt sugar cookies up with a rolling pin, measuring cups, measuring spoons, recipe cards and extra sprinkles and you have a great gift.
Does it feel like little plastic eggs multiply in your home with every Easter? Make some play eggs for your kids for a play kitchen, this is a great, simple project to use up a few of those eggs, you could even make a 12 egg carton set to use up a few more if you like.
These handmade yarn toy donuts are easy to make and oh so sweet with a sprinkle of stitches. They are a great complement to a toy tea set or play kitchen. They really bring a whole new level of fun to any play kitchen. They are perfect for the tea parties and picnics.
Do your kids like banging around their play kitchen pretending to cook and make their favorite dishes? Make them their own meals to prepare with this adorable tutorial for felt and paper pasta and spaghetti! Not only is this a fun pretend play project for kids who like tinkering in the kitchen, it’s also a fantastic art project. Get the kids involved in painting their own penne pasta and practicing fine motor skills by cutting up bits of spaghetti and bowtie felt.
No-sew toy felt cupcakes are simple and inexpensive, it’s a great accompaniment for a play kitchen! They are made in pink and purple to fit even Valentine’s Day but you can go for any colors.
Make this adorable and easy pretend play food that also happens to be very healthy! A great way to encourage our children to eat healthy is to do so when they play as well. These pretend string beans, peas, and cherries are really easy to make with step by step photos.
This sweet little homemade apple pie felt food set is scented, includes opportunities for weaving (a great fine motor activity), counting, and engaging in some pretend baking fun! The soft felt, hard apples, crinkly foil, and cinnamon scent combine to make this a great sensory experience to boot!
Put your little chef to work without the messy cleanup! Felt play food is not just fun—it’s soft to the touch and stimulates both motor skills and imagination! Whether it’s doughnuts and eggs for breakfast or pizza and BLTs for lunch, kids will have a great time making whatever’s on the menu. Get started with our templates then add any food you like by cutting out its shapes.