Pretend Play – Grocery Store

For B’s 3rd birthday, we built him this grocery store.

We used two shoe organizers (turned on their sides) for the bottom, a piece of shelf we stumbled upon at Lowes for the counter ($9.99) and shoe bins ($1 each) to organize the food.

A few extra special details are the hooks on the side for bags, price tags, a hat and nametag, and a sign (not shown). Hours of fun for a small price!

Speak Your Mind

*

Comments

  1. This is awesome! This grocery store looks so professional, and the cost is so low. Very inventive!

  2. great idea!

  3. What a cute idea! Thank you for sharing!

  4. Thanks for stopping by today!

    I would love for you to come back on Thursday and link up to my What are little boys made of? Weekly Round Up!

    Kim
    seven thirty three – - – a creative blog

  5. This is so clever!! We have a little shopping cart already, just need the store!! Thanks for sharing.

    Alison
    http://oopsey-daisy.blogspot.com/

  6. There are so many ways you will be able to use this! How cool!

  7. How clever is this? I LOVE it. The fact that everything is in a bin that I can put a lid on & pack away makes it perfect for us since we only live in a small townhouse. Plus, it would go perfect with the stove I made for my son. Once I stock up on play food for him I am definitely doing this. Thanks for the awesome idea & for linking up today!

  8. Oh what fun! Great job, I’m sure your little one will enjoy it!!

  9. I love that. Grocery shopping play is always fun.

    Thanks for linking such a fun idea.

  10. Very cute – what a great idea! I wish I had the room! You did a nice job!

  11. I think this is FANTASTIC!!!! Your birthday sweetheart will enjoy YEARS of FUN with this. I’m making a play office now and a store is next on my list– if only we all had an entire HOUSE to dedicate to imaginary PLAY! THANKS for sharing.

  12. What a great idea customized just for you little guy and inexpensive, too!

  13. Great idea! I’m sure he loves it!

  14. How easy and fun! And you know, I think the more “creative” set-ups like this are truly more fun and imaginative for our kids! :)

Trackbacks

  1. […] draped them around our pretend play store and turned it into the North Pole. You could also drape them around your play kitchen and make a […]