These Adorable Play Sets Bring Mini Versions of Adult Activities to Kids

Now you and baby can “work” in the home office together.
ByNehal Aggarwal
Associate Editor
Published
Aug 2020
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These days families are spending more time together than ever, and kids are seeing several different aspects of their adults’ lives, from work to working out. To help kiddos get involved in the lifestyle change, Fisher Price is unveiling a line up of adorable new “mini-me” playsets and role-play items that turn grown-up activities into toys.

Gifts sets include the My Home Office Set, the Baby Biceps Gift Set, Cutest Chef Gift Set, Tiny Tourist Gift Set and more. The My Home Office preschool set provides a toy laptop with four fabric “apps,” a smartphone, headset for calls and a coffee cup.

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The Baby Biceps set comes with gym-themed toys, including a headband, toy weights and a toy water bottle.

Photo: Fisher Price

The Cutest Chef set gives tots everything they need to get “involved” in the kitchen, including a crinkle recipe card, play tons with a meatball spinner, a chewy oven mitt teether and a wearable chef’s apron bib.

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The Tiny Tourist set brings staycations to baby too, with a machine-washable tourist bib, pretend camera with rattle beads, crinkle sunscreen bottle and a BPA-free “passport” teething toy.

The new line builds on Fisher Price’s previous releases, including a pizza teether, coffee cup teether, Taco Tuesday set, a Rice n’ Roll Sushi set, charcuterie set and home garden set, among others.

While work from home life may not have changed as much as expected yet, baby’s toys have certainly gotten a lot cuter! You can check out the new line and other toys at Fisher Price’s stores on Amazon and Target

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