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Garden Fairy Utensil & Plate Combo
$33.95

Description

This combo is every fairy lover’s dream! It contains 3 of our award winning Garden Fairy Utensils and the matching Garden Fairy Plate.

   

The plate’s patented design features a ramp that leads up to the spoon’s “trench” so kids can help the hoe push its way to better eating habits! The Garden Hoe Pusher replaces a knife and helps children build their fine motor skills by learning how to push food onto their spoon. No more sticky hands!

          

Each utensil is uniquely designed to model a specific gardening tool! Your little one can rake their way through piles of spaghetti, shovel tons of heavy cereal, or hoe through messy rice. They’ll feel like a real gardener, but they’ll be eating in the process!

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.

Excellent product!!!

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I had purchased the construction set for my grandson, so this garden set was perfect for my grand-daughter! They both love to use it!!! Read More

Great gift for a picky eater!

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This is a quality product that uses a creative approach to the everyday task of eating. Great gift for a “picky” eater! Read More

Love this

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I love this product. The cutlery and the plate are equally must haves. My daughter loves the special cutouts on the plate where she puts her cutlery. We use this set every day at every meal. It inspires her to eat! This was a great purchase to get my picky eater to eat. I have… Read More

LOVE! But hard for a lefty

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My kid loves this set…wants to use it daily. She is 2 and is at this point exhibiting left hand dominance. The issue is the direction of the fork, spoon and ‘pusher’ slots are geared to the right handed folk, so she can get a little frustrated. Still totally worth it! Read More