Sunday, April 7, 2013

Constructive Eating Utensils {Review}

Back in February I attended the Toy Fair and I got to see so many new cool toys and products. 

One of my favorites was meeting the innovative folks of Constructive Eating. The second I saw their booth, I knew it was a product The Boy would just love.

Mealtime has always been challenging for us. Getting The Boy to sit at the table without 20 toys to keep him busy. But Constructive Eating utensils have made things a little bit easier.

Constructive Eating utensils serves multiple  purposes - it allows your child to play and eat their food at the same time! The utensils - especially when used with the plate - helps kids work on their fine motor coordination skills, while providing your child with the ability to use their imagination while they eat.  

Construction Line
The Constructive Line utensils integrate the functional portions of construction equipment into the tines of a fork, scoop of a spoon, and blade of a pusher. Constructive Eating currently offers three unique products: the fork lift fork, front loader spoon, and bulldozer pusher. 

Garden Fairy Line

Each utensil is based on a tool used in the garden: rake (fork), shovel (spoon) and hoe (pusher). Perched on each handle is a garden fairy...created by Constructive Eating

All material used are FDA approved. Products contain NO: Lead, Bisplenol A (BPA), PVC and Phthalates.

Disclaimer: I was provided with a complimentary set of Constructive Line utensils. All opinions are my own. 

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