Independent Living, Products and Devices, Toys

Dino Plate and Utensils for Constructive Eating

Fat Brain Toys offers a wide variety of toys and products designed for individuals with autism, ADHD, hearing impairments, muscular dystrophy, and more.? One of their available products is their Dino Plate.

Dino Plate

There are several individuals with sensory issues, ADHD, etc. that are picky eaters.? According to the website’s description, these plates “turn mealtime into playtime – without making a mess!”

fat brain toys dino plate

Just like most children’s plates, this plate features divided sections for each part of your child’s meal.? It’s different because the surface doubles as a pretend-play dinosaur habitat.

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  • Unique dino-themed dinner plate designed to make mealtime more fun
  • Encourages better eating habits, imaginative play, a more frustration-free mealtime experience and more
  • Divided sections keep different foods separated
  • Special slots designed to make it easy to scoop with the Dino Utensils (see below)
  • No paints are used to color the plates
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe

Click here to learn more!

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Fat Brain Toys also offers Dino Utensils which are simply eating utensils designed to look like dinosaurs.

dino utensils for picky eaters

Here’s the website’s description:

Pile food into place with the pushing power of the triceratops. Stab and scoop with the giant tail spikes of the stegosaurus. Scoop big loads with the spoon-shaped tail of the ankylosaurus.

The utensils feature easy grip handles with thrilling details.? In addition to making mealtime more fun, they also make learning how to use utensils super easy.

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  • Encourages healthy eating habits, fine motor skills, and more
  • Each utensil is a different dinosaur:
    • Triceratops features a plate to push food into piles
    • Stegosaurus tail stabs and scoops like a fork
    • Ankylosaurus tail doubles as a big scooping spoon
  • Easy grip handles make the utensils easy to hold and use
  • FDA approved
  • BPA, PVC, Phthalate, and lead-free
  • Dishwasher safe

Click here to learn more!

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