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- Order number: 510029
- EAN: 4008600144267
- Manufacturer product ID: 10.255.109
NUK Easy learning Feeding spoon - this is how eat with ease
- Spoon shape especially suitable for children's mouths
- Extra long handle ideal for deep glasses
- Ergonomically shaped anti-slip handle for secure grip
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- Rounded edges for more safety
- 2 pieces per package
The little ones become more and more curious and agile. No wonder that the need for nutrients is now also increasing. This usually happens between the 5th and 7th month of life. Then it's time to feed the first porridge. With a little patience and the right "ingredients", the transition from the breast or bottle to the first spooned porridge becomes a relaxed step into a new phase of life.
During the acclimatisation phase, it is best to feed with a silicone spoon, e.g. the NUK Easy Learning Soft feeding spoon, to facilitate the transition from sucking to spooning. The NUK Easy Learning feeding spoon is ideal for advanced eaters. With its shape suitable for children's mouths and rounded edges, it offers optimum safety. Thanks to the ergonomically shaped anti-slip handle, you don't lose your grip when feeding.
The NUK Easy Learning feeding spoon is ideal for babies aged 6 months and older. All parts of the NUK Easy Learning Program fit together and can be complemented as your child's abilities grow.
|age group:||from 4th month|
|product group:||Learning crockery|
|Shipping weight:||0,036 kg|
Learning to eat and drink
At last, your child can try what it has probably long since observed with the greatest of curiosity: family food.
From the 10th month most children can sit, have more or less teeth and reach for everything within reach - including food, of course. So your darling gradually grows out of the infant and porridge age and can gradually try out firmer food. Now the transition to family food begins. This means that it is enough just to crush the food or cut it into small pieces; the blender can remain in the cupboard.
Your child can now also have a bread and milk meal for breakfast. Brush fine wholemeal bread without rind with butter and cut it into bite-sized pieces so that your child can reach for it himself. The milk food for this no longer comes from a bottle or mum's breasts, but soon from a drinking cup that is as flood-proof as possible.
Pieces of fruit or vegetables with bread or as a snack in the morning or afternoon improve the vitamin supply and are enjoyed by all toddlers. Soft fruits such as bananas, soft pears or nectarines as well as cucumbers are suitable at first, later also raw nibbled vegetables such as carrots or kohlrabi pieces.
An important note: pieces of fruit and vegetables are not only good for your child from a nutritional point of view. They also promote the development of mouth muscles and speech development. Support the desire of your child to eat like the grown-ups - even if not everything arrives in the mouth in the beginning.