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Cross fork / Babies/Kids

Cross fork
Cross fork

Many parents feed their children during mealtime, but it is good to encourage them to eat on their own if they are over 18 months old. However, children who are not good at using their joints and muscles have a lot of trouble eating food using a fork. Cross forks solve this problem by transforming the shape of the existing fork. The end of the cross fork is angled, reducing the risk of slipping when picking up food. Therefore, Infants with limited hand strength can reliably catch food. Cross forks help children learn their self-directed meals.

University

Kyunghee University

Kyunghee University
SUWON, South Korea

Go Yeong seok,
Kyunghee University