Got a curious toddler on your hands? One that loves to dig in and take matters into their own hands? One that’s ready to take their increasing curiosity up a notch.
The We Might Be Tiny Cutlery Set is exactly what your little explorer needs to feel in charge and rock dinnertime like a superstar self-feeder in the making.
Our toddler cutlery set has been ergonomically designed to suit growing hands.
The solid, non-slip silicone handles give your tiny human the confidence to really dig in without dropping any prized spag bol. All while our cute signature characters―bear, bunny and cat―watch on from their tiny embossed spot on the knife, spoon and fork handle.
Each of the utensils come with a stainless steel eating and cutting surface to gradually transition your munchkin to big kid self-feeding without throwing them in the deep end fending for themselves right away.
And once your tiny human is finished, hand the mess over to your dishwasher so you can high five your toddler for their newfound mealtime independence without having to worry about any of the aftermath.
Want hard facts that prove once and for all why the We Might Be Tiny Toddler Feedie Cutlery Set is a winner?
Here are all the toddler-pleasing and parent-reassuring facts:
- Flexible and durable
- Handles: Non-toxic, non-slip, food-grade silicone independently certified to the highest European standards
- Eating/cutting surface: 304 Stainless steel
- FDA and LFGB approved
- BPA free
- Proudly designed in Australia
Fork: 14.2 cm tall x 3.0 cm wide x 1.8 cm thick
Spoon: 14.1 cm tall x 3.0 cm wide x 1.8 cm thick
Knife: 15.7 cm tall x 2.3 cm wide x 1.8 cm thick
Combined weight: 148g
Boxed dimensions: 13.5 cm x 17.8 cm x 1.8 cm
Silicone is the miracle component that makes We Might Be Tiny products the versatile and durable wonders they are. No other material is food-safe and BPA-free while feeling at home in freezing temperatures and soaring heat. And the best part is that you are directly contributing to saving the planet by using products made from natural materials while reducing waste. Three cheers to you!