Review | Casdon Supermarket Till

Playing shop is something that never gets old, we love playing shop and as little J gets older although it is still lots of fun we can make it educational too. For the past few weeks we have been playing with the Casdon Supermarket Till and it's been a great addition to his role play toys.

The Casdon Supermarket till gives little J the chance to be a customer or a shop keeper. He always chooses the shopkeeper. He will set up the selection of branded play food into a nice display so that I can choose what I would like to buy. It's nice to see branded food as it's food he recognises and makes it more realistic. He did actually ask me when we first opened the till whether the artic roll was real or not. He loves Artic Roll so I did have tell him it wasn't real.

Once his shop is set up I'm ready to shop. He gives me some money and I'm ready to choose my items.

The Casdon Supermarket Till features a 'touch-sensitive' screen display and a working calculator. Little J loves numbers and is always on the calculator pricing up the items.

The working microphone is a great feature for making customer announcements or to ask for more help at the checkout. Little J has heard supermarket announcements whilst we have been out shopping so it's been so funny listening to him put callouts for 'a cleaner to aisle 2' and  'all staff to checkouts'

If I forget my money I can always use my card at little J's shop because his Casdon Supermarket Till has a chip and pin feature. There is also a scanner and an opening cash drawer.

As little J is almost 6 now The Casdon Supermarket Till is a great way for us to help boost counting and early maths skills. He loves working out how much things cost and then working out how much change he needs to give us.

Little J loves his new till and it fits in perfectly with his other role play toys.


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  1. I would have loved something like this when I was younger!

  2. I loved playing shops when I was a child and I would have loved this till! Great to help children learn about shopping, money, and so on

  3. This looks like such a fun toy. We love the range of toys Casdon has to offer.

  4. This till looks like a great interactive tool, learn and play at the same time. My son would have loved it too.

  5. That looks awesome, my kids used to love playing with tills when they were little

  6. I know my kids would love to play with this Supermarket Till Machine, and it is even more fun that it has a chip and pin feature too

  7. This was one of my favourite toys when I was young - I always wanted to be a checkout cashier! Reminds me of dales supermarket sweep lol xx


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