Best Chopsticks For Kids

Written By A Special Writer : Your One and Only, Amazing, Awesomely Unique FOOD Expert and Guru….. Mr. Efrain E. Silva! ( Woot Woot! )

Are you trying to preserve the traditional Asian culture among your family and teaching the next generation to use chop – sticks? Would you like your kids to be more accultured as a whole and less reliant on “easy things” all the time? Or perhaps you would like to challenge them just a bit more, in general? Whatever your reason for wanting to find the best chop – sticks for your kids, let me tell you that I am right there on the same page with ya. I love your thinkin!

I wish more parents would do this, and that more would know where to invest. So in this blog, I want to talk about my best picks, the ones that I have used with my kids, and you can tell me if that’s cool or not. Maybe your kids are different than mine? Maybe not so much? Who knows? But either way, the chop – sticks that I am going to now introduce you to are labeled as some of the very best society has to offer, so you can know that I am not the only one telling you they are the “best”, he he he he heh. Now, on to it…. which ones deserve a minute of your attention?

Well, first of all, check out these chop – sticks right here —- : PandaEar Kids Children Adult Training Chopsticks ( affiliate link )

The first thing I want to point out is that they have almost 2,000 ratings at 4 and 5 stars, all in all. These ones have sold over and over and over again…. and kids, and their parents, could not be happier. They are very safe and can not generally stab… in case you are worried about poking an eye out. In addition to that, if a child of yours, or even an infant or toddler of yours, should happen to put them in his or her mouth and just suck on them for awhile, it is also safe… in this respect. What do I mean by that? Well, I mean that the material that these ones are made out of has been ensured to be FULLY free of all BPA, latex, phthalates, toxic, rust, PVC and harmful metals, as a whole. I kid you not here, guys. So let them chew away, if they want! He he heh….

Also, try to remove the bridges ( which are fully removable, by the way ) connecting these two main chop – sticks at the center… ONCE, and only once, you feel that your child has mastered the basic ‘training wheels’ ( or should I say ‘training bridges’, he he he he heh? ) on the chop – sticks. Yup… they come with connected bridge pieces to help them better get used to using chop – sticks and aid in the learning curve. How neat is that?