Limited Edition: Self-Feeding Starter Kit Blue + Orange
This innovative set features a stage one pre-spoon GOOtensil that acts as a feeding-teether to help your child get acclimated to holding a utensil. Once they’ve learned the basic food-to-mouth mouth motion, they can advance to the stage two pre-spoon GOOtensil, also included. Both products are designed for use with the Beginner Bowl that features a patent-pending cone-shaped interior that guides food to one easy-to-find spot.
Starter Kit Includes:
Stage One and Stage Two Pre-Spoon GOOtensils in new colors Original Blue + Orange, and Beginner Bowl in Orange.
Beginner Bowl Features/Benefits:
- Sloped interior walls guide food to one easy-to-find spot
- No hard edges - reduces the risk of tipping
- Broad, non-slip base for maximum stability
- Microwave & dishwasher-safe
Design Specs for Beginner Bowl:
Capacity: 3.5 oz
Dimensions: 5” x 5” x 2”
Materials: FDA-grade TPE and polypropylene
- Innovative design requires no scooping or balancing
- Easier to use than a spoon!
- Stage One pre-spoon with textures grabs just enough food for beginners
- Textures also soothe sore gums
- Stage Two pre-spoon with channels captures and holds thicker foods
- Thicker handle contoured to comfortably and securely fit a child’s hand
- Dishwasher safe
Design Specs for GOOtensils:
Weight: 0.64 ounces
Dimensions: 5.1” x 1.2” x 3.9”
Materials: Premium Food-Grade Silicone and Nylon
When to use
To safely use a utensil, a child must be able to sit unassisted and hold their head up. After which, experts recommend introducing a utensil when the child expresses an interest. This can happen as early as 6 months, but most kids are truly ready to tackle utensils somewhere between 10 and 14 months.
GOOtensils can be used with a range of foods, including baby food, home blends, oatmeal, yogurt, mashed solids and more. We share recipes on our social media often!
How to use
Introduce stage one pre-spoon (with raised textures) first so child can soothe their sore gums as they are getting acclimated to holding the utensil. Once the child has learned the basic food-to-mouth motion, the stage two pre-spoon, which holds more food, can be used interchangeably for thicker foods.
When to transition to a spoon
Most children get wrist rotation around their second birthday. Wrist rotation unlocks scooping and balancing, allowing the child to properly use a spoon. Some signs that wrist rotation has set in include scooping around the corners of the bowl and successfully maneuvering the spoon to the mouth with more food. If these signs are present, congratulations, your child is ready to graduate to the spoon!