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- Order number: 510095
- EAN: 4008600185802
- Manufacturer product ID: 10.255.201
A practical companion for every excursion!
- For the storage of snacks such as grapes or apple pieces - ideal for on the move
- Soft lid with silicone lamellas for comfortable clean gripping and stain-free use
- Additional lid to keep fresh and on the go
- For children over 36 months
When it comes to family outings, small snacks are included - so that active children can satisfy their small hunger in between.
The NUK Easy Learning Snack Box is ideally suited for this: small snacks such as cut fruit or vegetables can be safely stored and transported in it. The lid made of soft silicone slats is particularly practical: Small children's hands or mum's clever fingers can simply reach through the slats and take out a piece of fruit or vegetable. An additional protective lid is available to keep the box securely closed and the contents fresh when on the move. Depending on requirements, it can be combined with the corresponding ergonomic handles. Suitable for children from 36 months.
The NUK Easy Learning Snack Box:
|Farbe:||gelb, lila, petrol|
|Altersgruppe:||ab 36 Monaten|
|Shipping weight:||0,2 kg|
That's how toddlers learn to eat: Adventure Dining Table
Children learn to eat in the same way as they learn to speak: by doing it themselves and imitating it. Not always everything goes smoothly! But it's worth staying tuned. Because now, in the first two to three years of life, the basis for eating behaviour in later life is laid.
your child grows slowly out of the baby age. Now an eventful new time begins, completely according to the motto: I want myself! With only a few exceptions, your child can now eat the same as the whole family. Good for everyone, because now you can enjoy everything together.
Relaxed eating together
During meals together, children learn over time everything they need for good eating behaviour. Simply by watching the big ones, imitating them and trying everything for themselves.
With these family rules, young and old feel at home at the table:
- Fixed meal times - one meal a day if possible. It connects the whole family.
- A ritual at the beginning (e.g. wish good appetite, "beep, beep, beep")
- Set the table together - your child will be happy to help!
- At the dining table and without distraction schmeckt´s best - enjoy the cozy atmosphere without mobile phone or screen.
Finding a rhythm for meals
Set your own family rhythm while eating. For example, with 3 main meals and up to 2 snacks, your child is well looked after throughout the day. Drink with every meal and in between - preferably water.
Getting to know hunger and satiation
Observe the behaviour of your child and get to know its signals.
Initially, put only a small portion on the plate. If your child wants to, he can take it. In time, it will learn how much it takes to be full. Don't force your child to eat. Leftovers on the plate are allowed. And when your child grows or takes a developmental step, it can sometimes be very big - or not hungry. That's normal and no cause for concern! Tip: You decide when, how and what food to serve. Your child decides how much it eats.
get out of one's mind
Between meals there should be quiet breaks between meals of at least 2 to 3 hours. This creates a natural feeling of hunger before the next meal. Your child will then eat its fill with pleasure.
Practice makes perfect
First with your fingers, later with cutlery - your child loves to eat himself. It learns about smelling, tasting and feeling new foods. Spilling, chatting, spitting are just as much a part of it as having fun, feeling good and getting full. Stay patient, even if something goes wrong!
Experience the variety of food!
Your child will take taste preferences from infancy to adulthood with him or her. So make sure you have a varied offer and encourage your child to try something new. It can discover with joy how different foods look, smell and feel.
Every child is different, and so is eating and drinking. Some people try everything, others are picky. Be patient if your child doesn't like much at first. Offer new food every now and then without pressure, because it takes time to get used to a new taste.
Tips for picky little eaters
Offer new food without compulsion. Accept the rejection and offer the rejected food again another time. Your child eats only a few foods and doesn't even want to try the unknown? It requires pasta without sauce for days on end or even sorts out tiny pieces of vegetable from the food in a neat and tidy way? It is often a temporary phase. This requires patience - and the confidence that your child will expand his or her choice of food over time and with your support:
- Your child also learns from you while eating. Be a role model and eat them varied and with pleasure. If you enjoy trying new foods yourself, it can arouse your child's curiosity more than if you ask him to try them.
- For example, prepare vegetables in a variety of ways (grated raw, boiled, fried, pieces for dipping, pureed as soup, in smoothies, etc.). Many children prefer to eat vegetables raw rather than cooked.
- Mix new foods with your child's favorite foods to increase acceptance.
- Children also love funny faces or other shapes made from colourful vegetables and fruit, especially if they can help with the preparation. Also discovering what food looks like, how it smells and feels, what taste and consistency it has promotes acceptance.
- Stay calm and concentrate on the essentials: an overall varied and balanced diet.