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My First Kenmore Laundry Set
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My First Kenmore Laundry Set

Item# 004W003181066000P | Model# 186 | Added on July 1, 2011 | Seller: Sears.com
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My First Laundry Set Turns Chores Into Child's Play
My First Kenmore Laundry Set is the ultimate in learning by fun and pretend. The set is a great addition to any play home, and part of the My First Kenmore line that also includes a stove and sink combination, as well as small appliances such as coffee makers and microwaves. The toys encourage imaginative play at its finest. Kids try on adult roles and use their problem-solving skills, even if the most serious problem is getting a skirt ironed before it's time for a doll to leave for school.
Made of sturdy plastic, My First Laundry Set includes an ironing board with drying rack, a battery-operated iron with lights and sounds, spray bottle and two hangers. It's all 'right sized' so it's easy for little hands to manipulate and for little arms to reach.

  • The My First Kenmore Laundry Set is part of a collection of toys that includes dishes, coffee makers, washer and dryer and more that encourage children to try on adult roles through imaginative play.
  • The set includes an ironing board with drying rack, a battery-operated iron with lights and sounds, spray bottle and two hangers.
  • Requires two AAA batteries.
  • Not recommended for children younger than 3.
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