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A simple twist to the age-old challenge of teaching young children to feed themselves.

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Traditional utensils — even kid-sized ones — are a poor match for little hands, whose fine-motor skills are still developing. The international award winning spoons were designed to bridge the gap between children’s developing motor skills, their ambition to feed themselves, and a need to work with the way they use utensils. 


Scope of Work:

Product Design
Motion Design



KIZINGO spoons, are uniquely curved and ergonomically designed to easily fit into toddler's hands. 



Research supports the importance of placing children on the path to a healthy future during their earliest months and years.  When feeding toddlers, however, often parents inadvertently overfeed, desensitizing the child's ability to recognize when s/he has had enough (or is satisfied), and increasing the likelihood their child may struggle with obesity. KIZINGO spoons promote toddlers self-feeding, helps diminish potential overeating, supports a child’s ability to stop eating when they are satisfied, and makes learning to eat less frustrating and less messy!