Having a toddler around can make meal times a challenge especially when they want to start using their own utensils. We've had quite the mess at our house with tipped over bowls and forks and spoons that were a little too big for tiny fingers. Enter Zak Designs Toddlerific! toddler line. Not only are the designs adorable but they are shaped differently than other toddler tableware on the market making them a huge plus in my book.
The wider base of both the bowl and the plate make it so they are more sturdy and in turn stay on the high chair tray a little better. Our other bowls are easier for her to toss over the edge because she can get a grip on the top but these stayed on the tray the entire time, making my floor clean up easier!
The utensils are the perfect size for tiny hands too. My daughter is just learning to use a fork and I liked that these were completely plastic and not metal. She's a little wild with her usage of utensils and has poked herself one too many times. The spork design works for teaching her how to stab while still allowing her to scoop when she can't get an item onto the prongs.
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The sippy cup is good for a child transitioning from a bottle/more flexible spout cup to a more traditional style sippy and and even a big kid cup. The flow is adjustable so you can start off with a slower flow for kids still mastering the tipping of a cup and speed it up as they become better at using it. It's truly a cup that can grow with them over the years. And it's spill-proof which is a must for any toddler cup at this house. You never know when they are going to drop it on the floor and no one wants to be cleaning up a milk spill in their living room.
Shop! Zak toddler cups, plates and bowls can be purchased online at the Zak Designs website. They range in price from $3.99 to $9.99.
All opinions as always are our own. A sample was provided for the review.