Toddler Self-Feeding Spoons

No more airplane game! This special spoon teaches toddlers to feed themselves.

$20.00

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You've won more #messyeater photo contests than you can count. But even though your little one can pull off a food-covered face with the best of them, it would be nice if meals actually made it into their mouth sometimes. While very young children lack the fine motor skills to handle traditional utensils, this curved spoon is developmentally appropriate–the short, wide handle is easily gripped by small fingers, it only holds pint-sized portions, and it curves so that the bowl of the spoon faces your child as he eats. With this cool tool on the table (or the high-chair), your messy eater will be a #selffeeder in no time. Made in the USA.

Made in the USA
Ages
9 months+
Made from
FDA-approved polypropylene
Measurements
3.5" L x 1" W x 1.5" H
Ingredients
Care
Clean with warm soapy water. Dishwasher safe. Store out of sunlight.
Notes
Includes 2 right handed spoons.
See how the spoon works !
Item ID
46209

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3.0

Only if hand orientation info is included in ad

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    • Difficult To Hold

    Best Uses

    • Everyday

    Comments about UncommonGoods Toddler Self-Feeding Spoons:

    Only for right-handed child(not good)

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