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03. 10. 2006

Chopstick Kids

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At some point my kid's going to learn how to use chopsticks. And I know it isn't easy because I used them wrong for years until I was about 13 when I finally broke out of the habit of holding them like scissors. Chopstick Kids fit around virtually any chopstick - though they come packaged with kid-sized ones - and they're made of dishwasher safe, food-grade silicone to act as a hinge to make your chopstick learning a little bit easier.

From Perpetual Kid.

Posted by Jenna    Category: mealtime
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Those are cute! But I've never really liked the tong-style chopsticks trainers. I really like the Combi "Successories" Training Chopsticks, because they (a) hinge further down the sticks, so they work more like they should and (b) have stages to make learning easier.


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