The Ryan & Rayden Chewable Fork and Spoon Set is perfect to help guide little ones to self-feeding. Our Chewable Fork and Spoon Set help you to introduce babies to self-feeding by giving them utensils that can be chewed on before transitioning to silverware. Babies can dip the spoon and fork into food, then practice the motion of self-feeding. The fork and spoon are textured silicone, so they’re easy-to-grip, yet soft and gentle on gums. The back of the spoon head has sensory bumps to stimulate gums.
Chewable Fork and Spoon Set are intended for Stage 1 of baby led weaning – introducing babies to the concept of holding a utensil and feeding themselves. We made our set from soft, textured, food-grade silicone that is gentle on tender gums, with bendable heads for safety. They are perfect for dipping into puréed foods at the early part of baby led weaning. The set are intended for babies before they have a firm grasp on self-feeding (best for dipping and scooping, not yet spearing / stabbing solid foods.)
Silicone is the miracle component that makes Ryan & Rayden products the versatile and durable wonders they are. No other material is food-safe and BPA-free while feeling at home in freezing temperatures and soaring heat. And the best part is that you are directly contributing to saving the planet by using products made from natural materials while reducing waste. Three cheers to you!
Dimensions: 3” long, 1.75” wide
Weight: 1.58 oz
Due to high demand, please allow 10 to 20 business days for shipping.
How to care for your spoon + fork:
Ryan + Rayden Silicone products are all safe to use in the dishwasher in temperatures of up to 440°F. However, they are also easily rinsed with hot soapy water, or can be thrown in the washing machine too.
Use under strict adult supervision only. Inspect product before each use. Throw away at first sign of weakness or damage. Ryan & Rayden takes no responsibility for accidents or injury, and the product should not be used in any way other than intended. Follow instructions carefully. Suitable for children who are ready to start solids. Typically this is anywhere from 6 months old and up.