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Fruit – Sensory Play Stones


£22.50(£27.00 inc VAT)

Fresh from the outdoor mud kitchen or role-play area comes fruit salad, poached fruit, cobbler and pies. These durable stones are able to withstand the toughest of treatment and are as good as new once cleaned up. Children will find all sorts of ways to prepare and serve these delightful tactile stones for all-year-round dining! The set includes eight colourful fruits: apple, pear, peach, strawberry, avocado, kiwi, orange and lemon. Measures 45-70mm. Age 2+.


  • Set of 8 fruits
  • Made from a stone & resin mix
  • Size 45-70mm
  • Age 2+

Delivery Information

How long will delivery take?

Resources will usually arrive within five working days. Small orders are sent via Royal Mail and large items will be despatched by courier.

What is your delivery charge?

For deliveries to UK mainland delivery is FREE for all orders £100 or over (ex VAT). Delivery is charged at £5.95 ex VAT (£7.14 including VAT) for orders less than £100.

For other areas of the UK and for international delivery, please see our full delivery information.

3 reviews for Fruit – Sensory Play Stones

  1. Judges comments, 2020 ERA awards

    “This durable and tactile resource offers a wealth of play-based opportunities and allow young children to be
    creative and healthy cooks. They are ideal for independent and collaborative learning and help to stimulate
    both talk and discussion around a variety of themes.”

  2. Benish Sajid, EYFS Lead

    “We did counting with them, we learnt about growing and farming, we explored halving fruit to see how they looked on the inside. There are so many curriculum links to maths, science, literacy! It also allows children to learn words and vocabulary especially for children where English is a new or additional language.”

  3. Janine Medway-Smith, Hampden Way Nursery School

    “We used them inside, in our dry sand area and children were engaged with them for the whole session, in different ways. One group of children used them to feed their animals, another group laid them out in different bowls and cups, setting up a party. They loved combining them with other textures outdoors – from mud, sand, shaving foam and sawdust – combining them with other natural resources such as sticks and conkers. They promoted lots of language and cooperation.”

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