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Goodbye toddler tantrums and mealtime missiles - Doddl children’s cutlery is here to change your family mealtimes! Ordinary children’s cutlery is not easy to use successfully, but our ergonomic toddler cutlery is designed to solve that problem. Not only that, but Doddl will help your child develop important skills, safely and easily. Basically, our cutlery will help make every mealtime… a Doddl!
The science behind Doddl means our products are designed to help children from 12 months old to develop their pincer grip, dexterity and coordination through self feeding, for babies from 6-12 months, we recommend starting with doddl baby cutlery.
Aimed at toddlers and young children, this 3 piece set is recommended by feeding and development experts and includes a spoon, fork and knife.
Certified safe for children, our signature ergonomic designs means that each element of this set is designed to make learning to eat with cutlery easy, making mealtimes easier and more enjoyable!
The short, smooth handles encourage the correct finger placement, developing dexterity, coordination and control, and making it easy to transition to adult cutlery as and when your child is ready.
The doddl knife has a unique design making it easy for your child to chop their food successfully. The handle sits in your child’s palm and allows them to push down through food, making it much easier to use effectively.
"Fabulous. My toddler is a mucky little monkey that likes to just pick everything up with her hands, I realised that other baby forks are too long to navigate the angle from plate to her mouth. This cutlery is so well designed. My baby/toddler is now using cutlery due to these and meal times are a slightly more refined state of affairs! You can tell a parent was behind the design of these as they are nothing but simple, effective and useful. A great product made very well."
"This set has absolutely made such a difference. My three year old struggles to hold cutlery and feed herself. This set has absolutely made such a difference. She didn’t need to be shown how to use them either, she just picked them up and away she went..."