Silicone Feeding Spoon / Fork

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Silicone Baby Feeding Spoons

Our silicone feeding spoon/fork is ideal for parents in Australia who are introducing self-feeding techniques and perfect for babies and toddlers who are becoming more independent at mealtimes.

This silicone utensil is strong enough to be used as a spoon or fork. Children can use the giraffe head to scoop up the food like a spoon, and the legs to grab their food like a fork.

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Mama’s Favourite Feeding Spoon    

These essentials will quickly become your new favourite accessories. Not convinced? Check out our list of the amazing benefits of our tot-friendly cutlery set:

  • The design allows for a firm grip – it stays put on the table and in little hands
  • Silicone is perfect for when your bub is teething, as it is gentle on the gums
  • It doesn’t react with foods or liquids and is safe to use to serve hot foods
  • It’s stain-resistant, non-stick and easy to clean when things get a little messy
  • Plus, it’s microwave and dishwasher safe

These designs are made from 100% food-grade, non-toxic materials and come in single packs, two packs and three packs. That way you have one for home, one in the nappy bag and one for the grandparents. We can even customise your colour selections when you go through our checkout.

Ready, Set, Go!

How do you know when your child is ready to start on solid foods and begin using their new, favourite giraffe-shaped utensil? Experts say to wait until your baby is ready, which can be around the 6-month mark, maybe slightly before or after.

The first foods should be smooth or mashed into soft pieces and then transition to minced or chopped foods – all of which can be eaten using our silicone spoon/fork hybrid.

You’ll also want to check out our baby suction bowl, which firmly sticks to surfaces and stops the food from flying.

Tips for Self-Feeding and Why it’s Worth the Mess

There are so many benefits when it comes to self-feeding. Your child will:

  • Gain independence whilst feeding
  • Develop great hand-eye coordination skills
  • Develop fine motor skills, such as grasping, lifting, and scooping
  • Learn to use their mouths and breathe through the nose accordingly
  • Learn to persist in the face of stimulating motor tasks
  • Be empowered to determine how much food they eat

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Tanya Rakich

Have you got the pink plate with it to.

Tan S

The product is a gift, but it seems well made

Trish Freeman

Silicone Feeding Spoon / Fork