10 Best Kitchen Tools for: Toddlers

These are my recommended 10 Best Kitchen Tools for: Toddlers to get started on your kitchen cooking adventures!

To safely engage your child with you in the kitchen. your child will move around when cooking, this tower gives provides safety, so you don’t have to worry. Gives child appropriate counter height too!

 

Perfect for building fine motor skills with little hands. This soft spoon is the perfect size for a young child’s hand and will be used for many years in the kitchen.

 

Fun for working with dough, crushing nuts and lots more. Use with suction mats to provide a clean and safe work area.  these are the perfect size for little hands. 

 

This bamboo eco-friendly tray is the perfect work area. Keeps other surfaces clean and gives  boundaries.  Can also be used for craft projects and other activities with your toddler.

 

You can thread, insert objects or watch liquids fall, and use for cooking.  Your little one will have fun with this one.

 

Versatile, inexpensive and helps keep cups and plates from falling.  This mat is also great for crafts projects, snack time, or anytime you need to work at the table.

 

Perfect for spooning activities or thong activities.  These bowls suction to your table to provide a sturdy place for your toddler to eat or stir ingredients.

 

This tool does a great job at helping to build gross motor skills. One of the most fun tools in the kitchen!

A tool they can use on their own to mash bananas, avocados, potatoes or any other steamed veggies.

 

Now that you have seen the 10 Best Kitchen Tools for: Toddlers, See our other favorite tools here for little ones in the kitchen:

10 Best Kitchen Tools for: Big Chefs

10 Best Kitchen Tools for: Preschoolers

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