Developing your child’s abilities

A Swedish patented innovation. The worlds most unique learn to eat yourself spoon! The “I can” spoon.

I can myself

Does this sound familiar? To be able to explore and try for themselves is an important part of the development of a child’s abilities. The founder of the “I Can” baby spoon is really taking this seriously and it shows! This spoon is a must for all children learning to eat on their own.

Professional reviews from our customers

We recommend using the spoon as a first step in learning to feed yourself.

This is because children of age 1-2 often use the tweezer grip and this spoon is developed specifically for that grip.

Children gain more self-confidence when they get the right tools to be able to perform tasks themselves. The spoon is a tool that is developed for a child’s grip at an early age and therefore enables a child to train his or hers fine motor skills and developing your child’s abilities.

Ulrika Ansborg

Pre-school teacher

There are several advantages with this cutlery compared to cutlery that you can buy in shops and these include the following:

  • I Can cutlery has a multi-­grip function which makes it possible to hold the handle in different ways, for example precision grip, key grip, transversal volar grip and thumb grip.
  • It has a low weight and easy to use.
  • The spoon is angled in different ways.
  • Spoons are made in different colors which makes mealtimes a more inviting activity for young children.
Kristina Andersson

Registered occupational therapist

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