Gold Choice Award Winner
Overall 10
Play Value 10
Cost Value 10
Design 10
Quality 9
Parent Appeal 9
Educational Value 8
Safety 10

PLAY-DOH Sesame Street Cookie Monster’s Letter Lunch Playset

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MSRP:$17.99 ca
$14.99 us
Editor's Review

Very popular with our testing families! Parents love the tactile learning opportunity their children get making and playing with the letter shapes. Kids just love how cookie 'eats' everything they shove in his mouth - and for some, the fact he "poops" it out his backend is yet another appeal. 

Tester Reviews


It is so cool. I like how you close his mouth and the tongue pushes the food back. ugh...look at all the poop in the back! I put too much stuff in his mouth. Can you un-jam it? Jack (M6)

I like it because he slurps the letters down his throat. That is my favourite kind of play doh in the universe. Ian (M3)

Me like feeding Cookie Monster, he's really hungry! Cohen (M3)

I like feeding Cookie Monster all of the stuff. Chloe (F3)

We like it just because we love it - everything is good about it - the shapes, the vegetables that we make, cookie monster. I like it, I mean, I love it.  Graeme (M5)


Feeding cookie monster their play doh creations and having it come out his behind seems to result in non stop giggles for two little boys (M3, M4). This is a fabulous Play-doh set - it would be a great addition to any home or classroom for teaching letters and creating words, not to mention lots of fun. We have enjoyed using the letters for learning and fun. Particularly useful for tactile learners. Jennifer Fraser

My 6 year old son likes to use the press, make cookies, feed them to Cookie Monster and clean his 'poop' out of the back. My daughter (3) prefers to make the letters and match them to the playmat. This set captures their interest more than their bucket of homemade play dough and various implements. They still ask to play with it daily, and play together with little conflict. They happily play side by side, sharing everything, for an hour at a time. What more could a mother ask for?! Oh yes, it helps my 3 year old practice her letters. Jennifer Young

This toy is still a favourite for me and keira! I love how this toy keeps keira busy and she loves everything about it!  I also love the letter molds and will consider buying this toy. Megan Schelenz

My 2 and 4 year olds absolutely loved this play-doh set. They especially enjoyed that cookie monster actually ate the food! It is extremely durable (we tested that out). It is easy to manipulate with little hands. The letters are a wonderful educational addition. The plate with the ideas as well as the bowl and placement were all an excellent contribution to this toy. The