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One of the ways to help our lovely kids to increase their creativity and make and create things with their own hands is baking training, with kids cooking sets , you can help kids to make better imagination with this kit.

This kids cooking is designed for little children to older; they can enjoy this kids baking sets in every age.

When you spend your time with your lovely kids, this kids baking kit helps your family have warm environment and have better relationships.

Meanwhile This can be a  kids cooking sets for girls 9-12 amp; a complete set for do baking and cake cooking.

The perfect addition to your "kitchen classroom", this complete 42-piece set includes everything you need to bake all of your favorites with your children.

Components of this kids real baking set included in the set are sized to be easily used by both older children and adults and each piece is sturdy enough to be used regularly.

Complete 42-piece of this kids' baking sets includes everything you need to bake all of your favorites. Have a Fun Family Time with this kids cooking sets.

"p"1 Kid apron

"p"1 Kid Chef Hat

"p"1 Kid Sized Oven Mitt

"p"1 Kids Rolling Pin

"p"1 Spatula

"p"1 Pastry Brush

"p"1 Whisk

"p"5 Measuring Spoons

"p"6 Cookie Cutters

"p"12 Silicone Baking Cups

"p"5 Recipe Cards

"p"1 piping bag

"p"6 piping nozzles

"p"And 1 beautiful package for gift

"p"The kids aprons for cooking and chef hats for kids are fully adjustable.

"p""strong"Enjoy Cooking Cake and Baking

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