Learning to eat with a knife and fork is tricky for kids…

Even mini versions of adult sized cutlery are really difficult for kids to use. Designed by a primary school teacher after noticing how many children struggled at lunchtimes with this key life skill.

“Returning to teaching after having my son, I found myself trying to get children in a class of 30 to eat a hot meal with a knife and fork at lunchtime. Only two children had an idea how to hold and use the cutlery. Lunchtime quickly became the most stressful hour in the day! As a teacher I have used pencil grips, training scissors, easy grip rulers, yet there was no cutlery out there that works this way. Research and a patent search confirmed this, so I set about designing some myself…” – Kathryn, Founder of Nana’s Manners’

After much research, testing and development, we now have the perfect shaped handles that teach little hands to hold and use a knife and fork independently.