- Servin’ Surprises Cash Register from Fisher-Price
- We recommend this product for ages 2 and up
- 3 C batteries required TTPM trusts
What It Is
With the Servin' Surprises Cash Register, preschoolers can pretend to go grocery shopping just like Mom and Dad. This playset includes a cash register with a working keypad that beeps when pressed, a real display that shows numbers, and a moving conveyer belt. Kids can place the included pretend food items—cereal box, ice cream, milk bottle, and bananas—on the conveyer belt, scan their barcodes, and then use the pretend coins and credit card to pay for their purchases. If paying with credit card, don't forget to sign the signature pad. Just lift up on the pad to erase.
Is It Fun?
Little kids love doing things that they see parents or grandparents doing, and going grocery shopping is one of those things. Kids will love that everything on this cash register really works, just like at a real grocery store. This playset will engage preschoolers in lots of imaginative play.
Who It’s For
The Servin' Surprises Cash Register is for ages 2 and up.
What To Be Aware Of
Three C batteries are required but not included.
Adult assembly is required. It took us about four minutes to put this together. The instructions were easy to follow.