The Construction Utensil & Placemat Combo is the perfect way to get your construction lover to the table! The combo contains 3 of our award winning Construction Utensils and a matching placemat. Please note that the Construction Plate does NOT come with this combo.
The placemat features 8 construction workers working hard to build the perfect house! Each “construction” material is represented by a fun food item, such as the asparagus walls, cheesy house filling or the backyard sundae. The placemat also features shaded areas that match the Construction Utensils so little ones can learn how to set the perfect plate before mealtime!
Uniquely Designed Construction Utensils
Each utensil is uniquely designed to model a specific construction vehicle! With the Fork Lift Fork, Front Loader Spoon and Bull Dozer Pusher your child will feel like a real construction worker!
Made in the USA!
All products are Made in the USA! The plate and utensils are both dishwasher and microwave safe. No paints are used to color the products. Everything is manufactured using only FDA approved materials. We have third party certification that our products contain NO Lead, NO Bisplenol A (BPA), NO PVC, and NO Phthalates. All of Constructive Eating’s products are fully compliant with the CPSIA of 2008.
Picky Problem Solved– VBell via Amazon
“MY THREE YEAR OLD ATE HIS VEGETABLES. He had so much fun pushing food onto his “front end loader” and “forklift” with his “bulldozer” that he forgot he doesn’t like green beans, mashed potatoes, or carrots. I am one happy mama right now.”
Remedy for Sensory Issues– Bronwyn West via Amazon
“My autistic 3 year old refuses to touch silverware and won’t eat any food that sticks to his fingers. I saw this set in a sensory group and was super excited. My son will actually use the fork! Just the fork so far, but that is huge progress! And he loves his special plate.”
Grandpa Nailed It!– Chris M. via Amazon
“My grandson loves all things that move, from trains to cars to construction equipment. When I saw this, I thought of him having fun ‘playing with his food’. Sure enough, he loves it! His Mom told me that “…now we can get him to sit in one place to eat dinner…”