These Fisher-Price Toys Allow Kids to Work, Cook and Exercise From Home Like Their Parents


Fisher-Price is launching new "mini-me" toys for children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The toy company's latest releases let kids cook, work from home and work out during quarantine, similar to behaviors their parents may be doing, reported "Good Morning America."

Fisher-Price’s My Home Office is an eight-piece set that features a toy laptop and four fabric apps attached to the computer screen.

Kids will also be able to play with a wood smartphone, headset, and a to-go cup for children to drink their favorite beverage.

To help get their fitness on, the brand has a Baby Biceps set. Kids can wear a headband and workout out with a kettlebell rattle, a pretend dumbbell, and a protein shake bottle.

Photo credit (Mattel)

After working out, the Cutest Chef set allows kids to cook with an oven mitt teether, plastic tongs with a meatball spinner, and a chef’s apron.

According to Chuck Scothon, senior vice president of Fisher-Price and global head of infant and preschool for Mattel, the parent company of Fisher-Price, the toys will allow children to connect with their parents and role-play.

“At Fisher-Price, we’ve always been focused on making playtime more fun by infusing surprising and playful elements into our toys,” Scothon added.

The toys range in price from $14.99 to $24.99 and are available at retailers such as Target and Amazon.

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