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Constructive Eating Cutlery Set

Guide price: £13

Last updated on 5th May 2015

Tags: novelty

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Constructive Eating Cutlery Set

Children are so lucky! Let's face it; normal adult cutlery is pretty boring but the Constructive Eating Set, designed especially for little hands and mouths makes mealtimes fun with a cute bulldozer, forklift and front-loader design. Learning to use a fork or spoon yourself is a big step in any child's development and what better way to make the whole process quicker and easier than by making those utensils into toys?! The Constructive Eating Set features a fork shaped like a forklift (of course), a spoon shaped like a front-loader truck and bulldozer to help kids push the food onto the fork or spoon.

It's not just function, it's fun! Each vehicle has easy-grip handles and a nice chunky design which means that little hands can hold on tight to the Constructive Eating Set.

Not just that, but the set is lightweight, rugged and dishwasher safe; perfect for teeny mouths and perfect for Mum to persuade the kids to eat everything from chocolate pudding to vegetables. Brooom-brooom, yum-yum! Suitable for ages 2+ with adult supervision.

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