Parents' Guide to

Toca Kitchen Sushi

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Slice, dice, roll, and plate with free-play cooking game.

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Kids can stretch their cooking creativity without the dangers of knives and fire in this virtual kitchen. It's good fun to work with all kinds of ingredients to chop them, pan fry them, or squeeze them into silly shapes. Kids' artistic side comes out when they work on plating their food, rotating and decorating, and placing it just so. With the open-ended structure, kids can be as precise as they want to be. Choose some random ingredients to put together and throw on a plate, or methodically plan a meal and make it look as impressive as you can. The only feedback kids get comes from the customers, who sometimes make disgusted faces, have smoke coming out of their ears, or smile and say "yum." And since the options are a bit more complex than some other Toca Boca apps, a little more guidance might be helpful. Although kids miss out on the oh-so-important sensory information that comes with real cooking, Toca Kitchen Sushi is a fun way to experiment with food and get creative.

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