Wooden Kitchen Toy Set (Big) - Etikoppaka Handicrafts

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The most ideal way to keep little youngsters to keep engaged in any activity be it on sunny days or rainy days is through drawing in,inventive and ability building plays. Regardless of wether your kid is showing interest when you are in kitchen or out of home, your most established kid has to engage their companions, then these Kitchen set or Lakkapidathalu is an exemplary decision to go with. It helps in building vocabulary, promotes social skill, improves problem solving skills as when several children are playing with a kitchen set together they need to work on turns taking skills because not everyone can do the same thing at the same time,so they distribute the roles among themselves and perform accordingly.

  • Handmade by Etikkopaka Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
  • Cash-on-delivery payment option available
  • Delivered within 7-days of online purchase
  • Free shipping for purchases above Rs.2500

Rs. 1,450.00 Rs. 1,299.00
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Rs. 1,299.00

The most ideal way to keep little youngsters to keep engaged in any activity be it on sunny days or rainy days is through drawing in,inventive and ability building plays. Regardless of wether your kid is showing interest when you are in kitchen or out of home, your most established kid has to engage their companions, then these Kitchen set or Lakkapidathalu is an exemplary decision to go with. It helps in building vocabulary, promotes social skill, improves problem solving skills as when several children are playing with a kitchen set together they need to work on turns taking skills because not everyone can do the same thing at the same time,so they distribute the roles among themselves and perform accordingly. The kind of creativity and imagination that they can inspire during play is endless.

Traditionally, Etikoppaka toymakers are masters of their own art. With years of practice and refined experience, these craftsmen display a skyrocketing potential when it comes to technique. Essentially carving marvels out of plain wood, the Etikoppaka artisan begins his process from softwood and arrives at the final coloured masterpiece.