is an important milestone in human development and brings your child one step closer to autonomy. Your child becomes independent, trains fine motor skills and sensory regulation, and also learns about different ways to discover food. The right utensils for independent food discovery are a real gamechanger!
convinces with its versatile use. In combination with the included straw, your child can learn how to drink with a straw. With the small shield, the air supply hole can be closed, so only a small sip comes into the mouth of your favorite and he can no longer choke so easily. If you remove the small round shield, then more liquid can be sucked in at once.
The cup can also be used without a straw or without a lid.
Without a straw, the liquid flows through a small hole on the lid, but if it is knocked over, not all the liquid is on the table. And without a lid, of course, can be drunk from both sides, thought would be that your child drinks from the higher edge, because then the head does not have to be tilted so far back. At the bottom of the cup is a smiley, which shows exactly when your child holds the cup "correctly".
The two handles on the sides of the cup are also practical. This makes it easy to hold.
come in a set of 2 different spoons: textured and smooth. The ergonomic design allows your child to hold the spoon by themselves.
There is also a shield behind the spoon bowl, this prevents it from going too deep into the mouth and is handy when the spoon is on the table, making it easier for your baby to grip the spoon.
the textured grooved bowl provides additional sensory input and keeps food in place. The slanted bowl allows food to slide safely into the mouth. Symmetrical, bulbous handle encourages independent grasping and holding.
The smooth spoon
smooth, flat bowl limits portions and promotes safe independent eating
Curved, bulbous handle promotes grip control and arm and wrist rotation.
is the solution to teaching your baby to eat independently.
The round design is very similar to a regular plate, the divisions allow food to be portioned and can also be rotated to vary the order of food.
4 triangular subdivisions are also an advantage for picky eaters, when it comes to certain foods should not touch each other, or the dip, for example, wants to be offered separately. It's also great for kids who like to mix up their food.
Want to make sure your child has eaten enough? Convenient lines mark the volume.
Rounded corners and a base that easily adheres to the table surface make the plate childproof.
The plate fits all tables of popular high chairs.
Itsy™: Patent pending