Precious Toys Kids & Toddler Pretend Play Shopping Cart with Groceries

May 23, 2017 - Comment

Take your shopping list and your teddy bear and get ready to shop. Our durable metal shopping cart looks just like those in real stores. Heavy gauge steel construction includes 360 degree pivoting front wheels, easy-grip handle, and a folding seat so a child and his or her favorite companion can navigate the aisles in

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(as of December 11, 2017 2:04 pm GMT - Details)

Take your shopping list and your teddy bear and get ready to shop. Our durable metal shopping cart looks just like those in real stores. Heavy gauge steel construction includes 360 degree pivoting front wheels, easy-grip handle, and a folding seat so a child and his or her favorite companion can navigate the aisles in style. There are endless play possibilities with this incredibly durable metal shopping cart. Children love playing grocery store; they can collect play food in the shopping cart, roll to the pretend checkout and pay, or stock the shelves with supplies. Encourage sorting, planning, and motor skills by creating a shopping list with pictures or simple words and then asking a child to fill the order, or ask him or her to put all of one kind of play food in the cart (like frozen foods), then roll to the end of the room, unload it, and return for something else (like fruits and veggies). With sturdy metal construction and pivoting front wheels, this kid-size metal shopping cart toy is the perfect addition to your play grocery store. Easy to maneuver, fun to fill, and built to last for years of pretend play.

Comments

Spencer Long says:

Tips backwards…dangerous. If my daughter puts any weight at all on the handle, this thing tips backwards, resulting in an instant face-plant and the resulting meltdown of a startled toddler. The rear wheels really need to be set back farther to prevent this. I’ve ended up putting a 5 lb. dumbbell on the lower rack to prevent it from tipping backwards, but it shouldn’t have been an issue in the first place

Shana Garr says:

not sturdy My son literally bent the two vertical bars in half within two weeks of using it. He’s 2 years old. It’s not sturdy. The Melissa & Doug cart is by far superior, and so I’d recommend you spend the extra bucks for your toddler. Keep in mind, as you view the photos of the damage: he’d only played with it a few times before it began to bend like that, and it broke within a couple of weeks.

Jessica P. says:

Its super cute but tips easily I was looking for a metal framed shopping cart for my 2 year old and I loved the look of this one! I was able to put it together easily and she was so excited when she opened it. My biggest complaint is if she pushes too fast it tips backwards on her and she falls forward into it as it goes down. She’s gotten a few bruises from it. The frame is also a little weak and has already bent out of shape. BUT she still pushes her babies around going shopping so I’m happy she’s still playing with it.

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