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Charlie the Chef by My 1st OccuPLAYtion™

Charlie the Chef by My 1st OccuPLAYtion™

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Learn while cuddling with our adorable My 1st OccuPLAYtion™ plush pals!  Our friendly little characters arrive in a 3-piece set with a witty resume and job-related iconic toys filled with crinkle paper and a rattle. Encourage your child’s career aspirations or just ease their everyday interactions with people they encounter in these occupations.  Bright fun colors, satisfying crinkle paper sounds, and a delightful rattle to shake make these sets the perfect mix of STEM early learning with the comfort of a forever snuggly friend.

Charlie Octo-Pie (the octopus) is a super soft hard-working chef who brings a spatula filled with crinkle paper and a rattle shaped like a frying pan. Charlie commutes from 8 Tentacle Way on the Great Barrier Reef in the Coral Sea.  Charlie is designed to nurture sensory development and hand-eye coordination as a STEM early learning toy and provides comfort and companionship as well as satisfying tactile and sound play.  

Charlie is a creative, meticulous, and resourceful multitasker. With eight arms Charlie can juggle cooking, cleaning, and caring for babies.  Charlie's squishy body can squeeze into tight spaces, and three hearts help to love food, cooking, and family three times more.  

Collect all the OccuPLAYtion pals!

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