Starting the weaning journey is an exciting time for both baby and parents. Introducing your children to new tastes and textures and watching them as they gain confidence to feed themselves is very rewarding.
As your child develops and grows, you’ll notice that there is a constant change during their feeding process. Foods that you had no trouble getting them to eat at 8 months, are now deemed disgusting when they’re 2 years old.
Children quickly develop to judge food not only by taste but by texture, appearance and smell.
We wanted to create a plate for all stages of little rascals feeding and this is where our removable divider section plate comes into play. It has been purposefully designed to give you the option to serve food in sections during times of ‘fear response’ to food and fussy eating. The sections allow the introduction of new food to seem less daunting.
Section plates are also brilliant for supporting parents to serve up nutritionally balanced meals.
However, not all family favourite meals need three sections and around the 4 year mark, some children deem section plates to be for little kids. This is why we made the divider removable.
100% LFGB food safe silicone which is non toxic and super easy to clean
Strong suction base which is activated by placing on a clean and non porous surface and pressed down – making it tricky for little ones to remove.
Removable divider to create two plates in one
High and sturdy walls to aid children’s confidence and ability to scoop and pincer grip food.
- BPA, Lead, Phthalates, PVC, Mercury, and Latex free
- Water and stain resistant
- Hypoallergenic and easy to clean
Caring for your plate:
Plate diameter 21.6cm
Before first use, wash in warm soapy water or put in the dishwasher. This is how to care for the product after each use too. Silicone is stain resistant but foods with high colouring such as turmeric and beetroot can be a little stubborn if left for a while before cleaning. We recommend washing immediately and if the stain persists, use biocarbonate soda or vinegar to remove. Do not use harsh or abrasive chemicals when cleaning your children’s tableware.