Introducing utensils to the early learner is challenging. This task can be easily achieved with the correct implements. The small stainless steel knife is the perfect size to fit into small hands, which provides their small hands with a better grip, and control.
Features of the Small Stainless Steel Knife
- the direct object, is for the Child to learn how to use a knife correctly
- indirectly, they –
- improve their fine motor muscles
- develop better hand-eye coordination
- chopping, and spreading with a knife requires gross motor muscle coordination
- support material required in the Montessori practical life curriculum
- fit for use, when children sit down to a snack of fruit
- small; ideally shaped for a toddlers hands; this knife matches the spoon and fork
Size – length – 18.5cm / (7.28″) x width – 2cm / (¾”)
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- The small stainless steel spoon and small stainless steel fork are other important utensils.
- Wooden Cutting Board is ideal for food preparation activities.
Further Reading and Resources
Montessori mealtime: the case for breakables with baby’s first solids by
- Spoons & forks: how toddlers learn to use them by Baby Sparks.com