Durable Outdoors Made with Stone

Mud Kitchen Process Stones

(set of 10)


£25.00(£30.00 inc VAT)

Measure, cut, whisk and stir your way to sequencing success! Outdoor kitchens offer children a very hands-on opportunity to explore different processes and sequences. Durable for use in all outdoor environments, these tactile stones show a simple image of a cooking process on one side and a related word on the reverse. Ideal for introducing key vocabulary, the stones can be easily lined up to show the stages of a recipe, indicate an area for a specific task or allocate tasks. Made from a unique stone and resin mix, each set contains ten process stones: bake, cook, crush, cut, measure, pour, roll, spread, stir and whisk. Measures 45mm high. Age 2+.


  • Set of 10
  • Made from a real stone and resin mix
  • Max height 45mm, max width 55mm
  • Safe for 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?

Delivery is charged at £3.99 ex VAT (£4.79 including VAT) for all orders regardless of their size or value to delivery addresses in the UK and Isle of Man. If you are located in the Channel Islands or Eire, please contact us with details of what you’d like to order and we will quote you for delivery.

International Orders

We can ship our resources around the world. Simply get in touch via email with details of what you would like to order and where you would like it delivered to. We will then reply with a quote for delivery charges for your approval.

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1 review for Mud Kitchen Process Stones

  1. Little Acorns Childminding, Banbury

    “The children loved using our Yellow Door process stones to make a visual representation of the method as we baked. It spoke so much about their understanding of symbols and pictures carrying meaning and their ownership of what we were doing. They contribute so much to children’s development in understanding print and creating a visual dialogue.”

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