Traditional utensils — even kid-sized ones — are a poor match for little hands, whose fine-motor skills are still developing. The international award winning spoons were designed to bridge the gap between children’s developing motor skills, their ambition to feed themselves, and a need to work with the way they use utensils.
KIZINGO spoons are uniquely curved and ergonomically designed to easily fit into toddlers' hands.
Research supports the importance of placing children on the path to a healthy future during their earliest months and years. When feeding toddlers, however, often parents inadvertently overfeed, desensitizing the child's ability to recognize when he/she has had enough (or is satisfied), and increasing the likelihood their child may struggle with obesity.
KIZINGO spoons promote toddler self-feeding, helps diminish potential overeating, supports a child's ability to stop eating when they are satisfied, and makes learning to eat a lot less frustrating and messy.