Say Please Tea Set – The Perfect Partner for Tea Parties

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Say Please Tea Set Playtime is important for kids since playing contributes to their overall development and is also one of their ways to learn. Pretend play, specifically, helps build thinking, emotional, and language skills. Partnered with the right toy, learning through pretend play can only be better for our children. Practice pretend play with your child, have a tea party with a leading brand manufacturer of top quality toys: Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Say Please Tea Set.

Ever since 1930 Fisher-Price has been producing thousands of high quality toys that are ideal for children of all ages: from babies to toddlers to pre-school and to more grown-up kids. Toys from the Laugh and Learn series, one of Fisher-Price’s top selling lines of products, aside from bearing the infamous “smile,” are fun to play with and educational as well. There are a lot of toys in the Laugh and Learn series but if you have a little girl and you wish to instill in her the subtle and exquisite pleasantries and good manners present in tea parties, then why not go ahead and play tea party with her? Why not give her the Laugh and Learn Say Please Tea Set as a gift?

Say Please Tea Set teaches your young one about shapes, numbers, opposites, manners, greetings, and sayings, plus the benefits of pretend play. This toy set comes with a pink teapot which has three modes, named by the manufacturer as learning, music, and imagination; two pink teacups which bear a fanciful smile; a tray for treats from which your child will learn to sort shapes; three treats of different shapes and color: dark brown square, yellow triangle with white frosting, a mocha or light brown circle with pink frosting.

The teapot and teacups are not meant to be used with liquids but that is not to be taken against the product; think of it this way: playing tea part with just imaginary tea means it is less messy than allowing your child to play with real liquid. Also, the teapot is really the fun part in this playing pretend tea party. It makes a pouring sound when it is tip over making pouring something on the teacup realistic. It also makes sounds when the lid is closed and when the tea bag is pressed. Songs and polite phrases like “Please,” “Thank you,” and “Would you like some more?” are also played depending on the teacup’s mode.

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