Just this past month my daughter began tasting small bits of the food that my husband and I eat. Naturally, she was curious and we were excited to give her pieces of “real” food that doesn’t come pureed and strained. I knew enough to cut food into pieces for her, but just how large a piece can her eight or so teeth handle? I had no idea. And to be quite honest with you it hadn’t even occured to me to look it up until I read about Midwest Monkeys and their Choking Prevention plates.
The Safe Sizer™ is a toddler plate with a molded 1/2” innerdiameter ring that
parents, grandparents, and caregivers canuse as a guideline when cutting up food
for children underthe age of 4 years. The 1/2″ is based on the
recommended size limit for firm foods from the American Academy of Pediatrics and is recognized by the USFDA. They are BPA free and exceedthe new, tougher US government standards for phthlates and lead.