Children's dishes

Dishes and tools are some of the accessories that accompany a person for a lifetime. The first acquaintance with them takes place even before the baby is a year old. The motor skills and coordination of the movements of a child of this age are not yet so good that you could risk teaching him to eat from those utensils that you normally use yourself.

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Silicone dishes for children - why choose them?

It is recommended to teach children to eat from silicone dishes and to drink from cups made of the same material. Such dishes are not only easy to maintain, ecological and sustainable, but also durable. Therefore, you can be sure that these dishes will not need to be replaced soon. They will serve and delight you with their quality for many years to come.


Other children 's tableware and sets

Of course, children’s tableware isn’t just made of silicone. Various variations of them are also possible from other materials such as plastic, wood or bamboo. However, if you care about sustainability and whether the dishes are made of materials that are safe to come into contact with food, then you should consider three variants of children's dishes. It is made of silicone, wood and bamboo. Products made of the mentioned materials (if there are no additional impurities) are safe and harmless to children's health and environmentally friendly. Thus, the last aspect that is important (and perhaps the most important) when choosing children's dishes or whether they are comfortable to use On the one hand, we could say that there can be no objective answer in this case. After all, what is convenient for one will not necessarily look very convenient for another. However, there are objective criteria for deciding on the best option for children's dishes. Plates and bowls with a glued bottom remain the most popular. This will ensure that food from the dishes does not end up on the floor. Dishes and tools that the child cannot get used to are also more common. In other words, soft and impact-resistant dishes are chosen. For example, those that are made of silicone. However, silicone also has its own drawbacks. For example, it can be irreparably damaged with a knife, fork, or other sharp tools, making it unsuitable for children starting to learn to eat with regular