Kuhn Rikon Kinderkitchen Gold Fish Measuring Spoons
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- Kinderkitchen from Kuhn Rikon offers kids fun, practical kitchen tools made just for them
- Colorful goldfish measuring spoon set includes 1-Tablespoon, 1-teaspoon, 1/2-teaspoon, and 1/4-teaspoon sizes
- Spoons have flat bases so they can stand stably on a flat surface; shape makes it easy to insert spoons into containers for scooping out ingredients
- Handy silicone "fish line" makes sure individual measuring spoons don't disappear
- Wide range of Kinderkitchen tools available, including whisks, measuring cups and spoons, and aprons
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Kids have little hands and big imaginations. They love to explore and try new things - especially in the kitchen. Now with Kinderkitchen from Kuhn Rikon they finally have fun tools made just for them. Measuring the secret ingredients for a favorite cookie recipe is even more fun with Kinderkitchen Gold Fish Measuring Spoons. Practical flat base so the spoons can stand on a flat surface to enable the bottle or package to be held with both hands while filling. Great for measuring syrup, salad sauces and spices. The handy silicone "fish line" makes sure individual measuring spoons don't disappear. Whimsical gold fish shapes are sure to inspire stories.
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March 2012 Update: Five stars now, since I asked the six-year-old in February how he liked his "little dog knife," and if he uses it. He says he still loves and uses it all the time. I asked how his four-year-old brother's knife is holding up, and he said "good, but he pulled the tail off." So they still love their knives, and they've held up well, though the rubbery tail can apparently be pulled off. That's too bad because they're so cute with their flexible little tails.