Constructive Eating 5.75-in. Front Loader Spoon by Constructive Eating
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Constructive Eating's utensils are designed with function and play in mind. Textured, easy grip handles and detailing allow little hands to hold on tight. Even the youngest child will animate these construction machines with their true to life color, scale and shaping. Use them for every meal; each is rugged, light weight, and dishwasher safe. They are great when going out to eat, trying to extend productive eating time at the table, encouraging those not-so-favorite foods, or just for fun! Safety is of paramount importance to us. All the materials that we use are approved by the FDA. We do not use any paints in our products. All of our products are PVC free, phthalate free and free of Bisphenol A (BPA).
Cleaning & Care: Dishwasher Safe
Recommended by 100% of Reviewers
Rated a “Good Value” by 82% of Reviewers
January 6, 2009
By Jana (Columbia, SC)
I bought the constructive eating utensils for my nephew and I think they're just great. I wasn't sure if it was going to promote playing with his food or help him eat more of his food since it's a fun utensil...all in all I would recommend this to parents who have kids that don't want to eat. I especially like the pusher which is a great tool for teaching kids not to use their fingers to push food on a fork/spoon.
May 11, 2009
Front Loader Spoon
By Jean (Goochland, VA)
I'm sure my grandson will like using the spoon and the matching pieces that I bought. While I believe the product itself is a good value for the money, I think your shipping charges are way out of line. I would (and have) shown the three pieces to others but when I tell them the cost to get the products, they agree about the outrageous shipping charge.
May 28, 2008
Great teaching tool
By Michael (Las Vegas, NV)
My nephew enjoyed using these utensils. Great teaching tool.
January 2, 2009
By Lisa (Union, SC)
I really don't have any idea about this product because it was a gift for my nephew in South Carolina (I llive in New Jersey). When he called to thank me for he seemed very happy with what I had sent him..
January 4, 2009
By Gayle (San Diego, CA)
Kinda of pricey, but tableware is sturdy. My grandson was thrilled when he saw the items.