- Easy-grip handles sized just right for little hands
- Rounded fork tines for extra safety
- Small bowl fits easily into baby’s mouth
- Includes (4) forks, (4) spoons
- Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free
Works Great for Little Hands
I think these utensils are great for babies and toddlers just learning to self feed. My son is 16 months old and has been using these utensils for the past 7 months. He has gotten very good at feeding himself with both the spoon and the fork. Now that he grasps the concept of spearing food with the fork I will be looking for another fork for him that will make it easier for him to do so. I do think this is a great beginner set though and have been very happy. I would highly recommend!
Smaller than expected
A lot smaller than expected but they’ll work for now. I’ll order the Take N Toss ones again next time because their size is better for my son.
Great for graduating babies to solids
Some think theses are too small, but for a mom of a small sized little one who transitioned from finger foods to spoons and now needs to start working with forks, these are great! I love that they are small since all the other ‘toddler’ forks and spoons have actually been wider than my little ones mouth. Just remember, like it says in the product description, these are great for babies, but not designed for older toddlers – like all the Gerber Graduates product line. If your kid’s starting solid foods young, or just has a small mouth, these are worth the price. It is also nice the the fork is really a spork and the tines are rather blunt, rounded, and close enough together they aren’t likely to be poking hazards. Also, I like that the grips are the same as on the NUK sippy cups – it was very easy for my little one to know how to hold these and what kind of grip to use.
They weren’t as good as I had hoped. Meaning the forks were blunt and smaller than expected. My 1 year old son didn’t really care about that…
1 year old loves them!
Perfect for my 1 year old to hold and learn how to feed himself! Also perfect for when I feed him too!
Perfect for little fingers to grasp. Fork tines are "sharp" enough to spear food items, yet not poke my daughter’s mouth.
kind of small
These are fine, they get the job done, but they’re kind of small. I prefer the longer handled spoons and forks for feeding baby. I suppose when she starts using them on her own these will be ok.
A hit with my toddler
My 14 month old loves these forks. Easy to use. Short enough that he can maneuver them easily. Have now purchased them twice.
Smaller than Nuby Fun Feeding Spoons & Forks with the wavy handles
The utensils are smaller than the Nuby Fun Feeding Spoons & Forks with the wavy handles. I liked that they were smaller because my 12 month old son could handle the bites better than the wavy handled spoons, but I was expecting them to be the same size. The bigger wavy handles are good for when he is trying to feed himself, because he will get more in the spoon, as the spoon is deeper. But I think these utensils will do just fine. They seem to be good quality and durable enough. The plastic is not as thick as the wavy spoons, but it does not need to be.
cheaply made and not ideal for chidlren who are going to be self-feeding since they are easily bent/broken and not much fits on the surface
Should be bigger
These spoons are cute, but I was disappointed by how small they are. My daughter’s infant spoons hold more food than these do. Not good for a toddler learning to keep food on a utensil!
Probably wouldn’t buy again
These utensils are smaller than I expected, and not as good quality. They are pretty cheap plastic. Nice colors though. I wouldn’t buy them again.
Perfect size for self-feeding and parent feeding
These are the perfect size for little hands… my 11 month old baby girl likes to try to feed herself and these are much better than the two other types of spoons we tried. The bowl in the spoon is a little deep, but nice because it can hold a decent amount of food… and not spill the runny Stage-1 foods.
10mo old LOVES these!
My 10 month old has loved these the past few months. They are very easy for her to hold and get into her mouth. They are lightweight yet sturdy. I highly recommend these.
great quality toddler set of plasticware. the spoons are nice and deep as well. the forks arent really needed but nice to have
This set is great for first time self feeders!
I searched for a fork that would be safe and yet easy for my son to use as a started set when feeding himself. This works great! The spoons hold a nice amount and the forks allow for ‘poking’ yet the prongs are small enough that he doesn’t injure himself.
A lifesaver for a little mouth
I’ve been trying to find utensils for my 14 month old for months so she could start feeding herself. Everything I’ve tried has a bowl in the spoon that is way to big for her to get the food off or even put in her mouth much at all (we didn’t even bother with forks yet)! It’s been very frustrating for us both. I didn’t think my daughter was particularly small, so I don’t know what everyone else does. But then I stumbled across these. Hallelujah! They are perfect for her! She is actually using the fork more than anything (since she’s mostly in table food now). And she is so happy to be able to eat like a big girl!Bottom line, as another reviewer said, if your little one’s mouth is on the small side these are great. I’d say an absolute must!
Nice, but small.
Good for babies, but a bit small for toddlers. My 2 year olds like the spoons, although they are a bit small. We don’t use the forks much because of how small they are. But would be great for a 1 year old.
Very good design, good size, good quality!
They are the perfect size for my son to use (The OXO spoon I got for him earlier would be too long for him). He loves to hold these himself. The fork is excellent design, perfect for him to stab on things in his learning process. Sometimes he would chew on the end piece and it worked like a teether, a bonus function.
These are a great start for teaching kids to use regular silverware. We found the forks to be a little on the worthless side, but they did force our son to take his time and focus on trying to pick up food with it. The best part was it didn’t hurt like regular silver wear when he stabbed us with it.
Great starter set
My daughter started using these when she was about 10 months old and they were perfect for learning. By the time she hit 16 months, they were not very practical for her anymore and they are much too small for the foods she is eating now (like Chex cereal; only one square will fit on the spoon and still hangs over). The spork design was also VERY smart. When she couldn’t poke, she could scoop. Like I said, great starter set but trying to find an upgrade now as they just don’t do the trick for her anymore.