Construction Worksite Placemat

By Constructive Eating

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Placemat features a construction “worksite” illustration.

  • Materials: Polypropylene and features a construction worksite
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • CPSIA Compliant
  • No lead, no Bisplenol A (BPA), no PVC, and no phthalates
  • Durable and easy to wipe clean
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 11" x 17"
  • Weight: 0.3 lb.

2 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Replacement Mats


My grandson enjoys his construction worksite set so much that the placemat was torn and worn out He was very surprised and happy that he now has a new mat that isn't torn. Thanks for offering the placemats as a replacement vs. only in the original set of fork, spoon and pusher.More > < Less


Greatest Gift Ever


Gave the entire set to my grandson. He is four with his favorite toys being construction tools. When he received it, he was so happy he told his mom to Skype me to thank me. He showed me the set, and demonstrated each utensil with the plate's section it is designed for. Several months later, he still wants to use it for every meal. Greatest grandma gift ever!More > < Less

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About Constructive Eating

Playing With Food

If your kids are like mine, they’d much rather play than sit down to eat. Wouldn’t it blow their minds to do both at once? Wouldn’t it blow your mind to see them stay seated and engaged at family meals? Maybe even try new foods without a struggle? These utensils and plates from Constructive Eating will add fun, incentive, and, quite possibly, tranquility to your table and they’ll have your kids shoveling food in their mouths in no time at all. Literally. In a nice way.

The three-piece utensil set features a forklift fork, front loader spoon, and bulldozer pusher. Each apparatus is true to scale, a thrill for those small and highly observant construction fans. Easy-grip handles are made of rubber, which is particularly useful to the under-6 set still mastering their utensils. The coordinating plate has ramps and dividers like a real construction site, and the utensils fit right into the different cavities. (All materials are FDA-approved and free of PVC, BPA, and phthalates.)

The idea for these eating machines came to Jackie Malcolm one night in a sleep-deprived haze, when she wished for a forklift-shaped utensil so her son could entertain himself while eating. The next morning, Jackie and her husband Carter started drafting prototypes and Constructive Eating officially broke ground. So imagine a stress-free family dinner, with little balking or wandering. Picture kids happily experimenting with new foods because it’s so much fun to heft that fantastic forklift. You can just enjoy yourself, and leave the heavy lifting to the pros.