So.Eat Children's 3 Piece Cutlery Set Reviews
Product Type: So.Eat kids equipment
Description:Brand: So.Eat / Nursing Aids: Baby Bowls & Cutlery
Newest Review: ... are made of stainless steel so resemble normal cutlery sets but just half the size and perfect for the hands of toddlers. ... more
Customer So.Eat Children's 3 Piece Cutlery Set Reviews (4)
by - written on 14/08/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
My daughter stays with her dad once a week on a Sunday night, and as a treat she takes in a packed lunch to school on Mondays (She has free school dinners the rest of the week). Her dad works in a Moroccan restaurant, and as a result she rarely turns up to school with a bog standard sandwich, but rather with some sort of couscous and chicken salad construction, and a mango jelly dessert. She clearly needed some cutlery of her own to go in her lunch box, which is one of those compartmentalised one's, and our home cutlery was simply too large to be included, hence ending up with the 'So. Eat' childrens cutlery set, which is a toddler sized set a good couple of inches ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
==So. Eat Children's Cutlery Set== When Jack was really little and just starting out with food he would have the small and plastic spoons to have his mashed up food given him so if it hit his gums or teeth it wouldn't hurt. AS time went on and he got bigger (Along with his appetite) we needed to by him some proper cutlery. At first I bought some with plastic handles and metal ends but after a few weeks the plastic covering was breaking off and the poor quality was plainly obvious. I decided we should by a quality item as it was going to be lasting him a good few years and of course it will always last us for our next child (whenever that shall ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
This cutlery set comes in different variations the main design remains the same but the small picture at the bottom of each piece can vary ours has little hands on then in different colours bright and attractive to little eyes. You receive a knife a fork and a spoon all about 14 cm in size and designed for toddler's hands. I picked these up for around £8 a set in Tesco which I did think was a little pricey but you can tell the quality of them on first sight and I thought it would be a good investment it encouraged my little boy to eat more as he was going through a fussy stage and I was sure him having his own cutlery would make him more open to the idea of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/11, updated on 20/11/11 (Useful, 11 readings)
Our little lad used to find it quite difficult to use grown up cutlery (he is managing better now though) but about two years ago we invested in a set of stainless steel So Eat CHildren's Cutlery Set which we bought from John Lewis while we were on holiday for £9.00 (I think they were initially meant to be slightly more than this but there was a sale on at the time). The set comprises of a knife, a fork and a spoon and each one of them has a little smiley face on the bottom of each utensil. They are all different coloured smiley faces and the fork is blue, the spoon is red and the knife is yellow. At the time, these also helped him as we were trying to teach ... Read the complete review
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