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  • Easy training chopsticks for children 2 years and older. The unique three ring construction makes it easy and intuitive to use. Cute Korean character design from Pororo the Little Penguin cartoon.

    Love eating Asian but hate being handed the spoon and fork at restaurants? Now you can practise at home and take these specially designed training chopsticks for adults beginning to learn to use chopsticks for the first time.

  • Edison Chopsticks™ are children's training chopsticks invented by INP Korea. They are cleverly designed and very intuitive to use. The patented three ring design allows your child to start learning from as early as two!

    Chopsticks have been an essential part of Asian culture for centuries. Not until now, though, have there been an easy method for parents to teach their children how to use chopsticks in the correct form and technique. Training chopsticks take the stress out of teaching - the colourful, animated designs even make eating fun!

     

    Actually, the Thomas the train chopsticks are for my friend's boys' birthdays.  My daughters have been using them for about 6 months now. I have the Petty pink ones for my just turned two year old and on the first day she could eat half her meal with them.

    My older daughter at 4.5 y.o. could eat 70% of her meal successfully on the first try without too much effort like other 'training chopsticks' we have tried. She has the ones that are for 5-7 y.o. without a character on top. I got left/right for my younger to see if she has a preference since it is not clear yet.

    What is great about them is that they teach proper technique and don't allow for bad chopstick habits to form. It is good for manual dexterity and even the preschool teacher wanted some for the kids to use on an activity table.  

    I searched the globe for these Thomas ones and my friends boys will be SO happy I am sure.

    Michele

    Seattle, USA

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    Actually, the Thomas the train chopsticks are for my friend's boys' birthdays.  My daughters have been using them for about 6 months now. I have the Petty pink ones for my just turned two year old and on the first day she could eat half her meal with them.

    My older daughter at 4.5 y.o. could eat 70% of her meal successfully on the first try without too much effort like other 'training chopsticks' we have tried. She has the ones that are for 5-7 y.o. without a character on top. I got left/right for my younger to see if she has a preference since it is not clear yet.

    What is great about them is that they teach proper technique and don't allow for bad chopstick habits to form. It is good for manual dexterity and even the preschool teacher wanted some for the kids to use on an activity table.  

    I searched the globe for these Thomas ones and my friends boys will be SO happy I am sure.

    Michele

    Seattle, USA

    Real chopsticks may be too hard though, and many of the training chopsticks are too much like tongs so they don’t work the super-fine muscle control. I found some awesome training chopsticks that use similar muscles as regular chopsticks. They work on a sliding lever so the movement is close to the real thing. They are called .

Adorable Orange Boy on Stilts Training Chopsticks

Made in China, this pair of training chopsticks is in a refreshing orange and features the adorable design of a little girl and is the perfect way to help children learn how to use chopsticks