Pasta Making and Shapes
Roll and stamp your way to early math exploration — with the help of kid-friendly kitchen play! Turn the handle on the working pasta machine to roll out sheets of playdough. Then practice shape identification by stamping out shapes with the cutters. For an extra delicious challenge, use the shape pattern cards to make more pasta shapes and turn them into pictures, or learn how to make circle, triangle, and square ravioli. The pasta-bilities are endless when it comes to math learning in the kitchen!Read more
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Why it’s awesome
Sturdy wood handle and crank designed for toddlers.
Play cards explore shape patterns and pictures.
Pretend play pasta
Shape cutters create playdough ravioli.
From the desk of the product designer:
Behind the design
“Our original design for the pasta machine had the handle on the front. But after we noticed that kids really liked watching the playdough come out of the rollers, we moved the handle to the side so they could turn it and watch the dough at the same time! ”
- KiwiCo Product Designer
By the numbers
Pasta machine prototypes
Times we rolled play-dough with the machine (just for fun)
Playdough recipes tested