Silicone Chewtensils®: Winnie The Pooh
Now featuring the face of Winnie the Pooh! Our Chewtensils are intended for Stage 1 of baby-led weaning – introducing babies to the concept of holding a utensil and feeding themselves. We made Chewtensils from soft, textured silicone that’s easy to grip and gentle on tender gums, with bendable heads for safety. The back of the spoon head has sensory bumps to stimulate gums. They’re perfect for dipping into puréed foods at the early part of baby led weaning. Chewtensils can be chewed on by younger babies before they’re ready to transition to silverware.
Chewtensils are intended for babies before they have a firm grasp on self-feeding (best for dipping and scooping, not yet spearing solid foods).
Do not leave child unattended with Chewtensils. Discard if damaged or torn.
- BPA-free, BPS-free, PVC-free, phthalate-free, cadmium-free and lead-free
- CPSIA compliant
- 100% food-safe silicone
- Dishwasher-safe (top rack)
- Measuring approximately 3” long x 1.25” wide
- For ages 6 months and up
Designed in Arizona, responsibly made in China.
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Our Disney products are only available to the United States and its territories, Canada, South Korea, Philippines, and Japan.
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Cute and durable. Easy to hold and helps with the need to chew.
My baby loved these. Haven’t started eating with them yet but loved the ability to hold and chew with it.
We are a bit ambitious and bought these for our 11 month old. She does love to hold them, she doesn't quite understand the fork, but we love how they fit in her hand and that she tries to use them.
Perfect for little hands and the pacifier-like shield prevents baby from gagging themselves as they bite the **** out of these things. I dip it in baby food while I'm feeding baby so baby can self feed in between Mama feeding. Sometimes baby doesn't want food I'm passing by the spoon in my hand but lo and behold, the same food on baby's spoon is so much more delicious since they can feed themselves.
These utensils are cute and great in theory, but the fork is a bit too fat/weak for anything to actually be properly punctured (tried putting a strawberry, banana, etc on the fork directly to hand to my baby). It is good to get the babies used to having utensils, but doesn't really work to eat food. It seems like my daughter enjoyed using it as a teething toy.