25 April 2017

Review: Lucy Locket Wooden Biscuit Counting Game

We absolutely love wooden toys in our house. There's just something so fresh and beautiful about them. Harlow in particular likes a wooden toy or two especially for her toy kitchen which she inherited from her brother. Along with the kitchen she received some wooden play food but it's getting a bit old now (6 years and counting) so a new addition to the kitchen was well overdue. Step forward the lovely Lucy Locket and the cute Wooden Biscuit Counting Game which they sent Harlow to try out.

Here's a little bit about Lucy Locket: "Children are right at the heart of many families and at Lucy Locket we are no different. We're the Edwick family and we currently have two generations working at our company as well as a younger generation who like to keep an eye on what we are up to. From product design, marketing, IT and safety it's all covered by our family. The great thing about this is the core values of our company reflect the values of our family through and through. The younger generation have a role to play too. Very often they are the inspiration behind new ideas. As they grow and learn we see what inspires them the most and this inspires us too. Of course the kids also love to play and test our new product ideas and we can count on them for a very honest opinion."

As you've just read, Lucy Locket are a family company through and through and provide a plethora of children's toys and products suitable for all ages and stages of development. Harlow was lucky enough to receive their wooden biscuit counting game which arrived well packaged and handily contained in a perfectly sized wooden box with sliding lid.

Inside the box there's 10 yummy traditional biscuits and a spotty tea towel to complete the set. Harlow was absolute delighted when I showed her this toy and couldn't wait to play with it. As well as encouraging imaginative play and of course adding some excitement to Harlow's beloved kitchen, the wooden biscuits are each numbered from one to ten making it a fab counting game to help practice those numbers. Being a toddler, Harlow is at the perfect age for honing her number recognition skills and I feel this toy really helped. She can say her numbers from one to ten however she won't necessarily get them in the right order. Having these biscuits to hand with the numbers printed on them helped her see the proper order they were meant to go in.

When we weren't using the biscuits as a counting game they made great pretend food for Harlow to serve with her pretend cups of tea and coffee. They really have made a great addition to her little wooden kitchen and the rest of her wooden food.

This Wooden Biscuits Counting Game can be purchased directly from the Lucy Locket website for £16.00 and if you spend over £20 you qualify for free UK delivery. I've been drooling over a few items of theirs, especially the lovely music boxes, so I can see myself putting in an order very soon!

I received the Wooden Biscuit Counting Game for free in return for an honest review.
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4 comments on "Review: Lucy Locket Wooden Biscuit Counting Game"

Catherine @ Story Snug on 23 May 2017 at 10:00 said...

I absolutely love wooden toys. This sounds like a great game and it's brilliant that Harlow can also use the biscuits for imaginative play as well :)


Dear Mummy Blog on 27 May 2017 at 13:39 said...

We have a version of this at home but it's not exactly the same design. We love wooden toys and these are perfect for vintage tea parties! Great fun. Popping over from #triedtested x

The Breastest News on 27 May 2017 at 18:43 said...

I love wooden toys too Catherine, they just last so much longer :)

The Breastest News on 27 May 2017 at 19:47 said...

Oh yes we do love a little tea party in our house Dawn. Thanks for popping over :)

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