… Not something in the hands of children, ”he once said. Nowadays, experts believe this, but let's teach the little ones how to use them - of course, we need to put the right size and quality tool in our hands. First you can try the fork.When you get snacks in addition to the papal meal, a good-hearted little kid with the spoon will notice that the piece of food is difficult to put on the spoon. In this case, add a small fork next to the cannula and show how to gut it and then mouth it. He'll probably like it very much, he can practice breakfast, dinner, banana snacks, etc. Don't leave it alone with a fork, just put it on your desk and take it away if you wage war on it. The blunt end plastic childrens fork is useless, as there is nothing at the tip of the mountain. Do not annoy the baby with this.
On the other hand, it is well-suited for the plastic material known from fast food chains. Cooked potatoes, chips, bananas, sausages, plasticine are great, but not sharp enough to hurt your child's hands. We can give it to the little ones when they want to "help" in the kitchen. You'll enjoy being able to slice it, but we don't want to use the knife-fork for eating. With this we can wait until the age of five, but then we have a bladed, serrated, thick handle with a short hand, which fits into the hands of the children. However, you should carefully remove any sharp, sliced, pointed triceps from the table when you leave the kitchen.
Usually, only older people of three years of age will be able to use it. For small fingers, it is a difficult task to follow the open-to-close movements, and it is even harder to understand the opposite movement of the edges and the hairs. Don't forget about ghost molluscs or any other real thing. The plasticity of the toys, known from the medical board, can stop a child's curiosity until the age of three. You can use this to make clothes, hair, carp for the baby. From the age of three, you can add a plastic outer, a kid-friendly, rounded tip, and a steel-cut top. Exceptional toys should not be used to collect small children under the age of 5, but rather let them cut their pieces of paper. We give all the tools to the child only when you are getting interested.