Toddler Tray

Once upon a time there was a child who would not finish dinner . . . until his parents wised up and got him this toddler dinner tray. Kids will stay happily at the table—and, more importantly, finish their meal—with this board-game-meets-plate. Charming, storybook-inspired scenes lead little diners along a path of compartments. Each bite brings them closer to the final spot, which can be uncovered to reveal any number of bribes—um, we mean, rewards—for a completed meal, like dessert or a small toy. The sturdy plates are made from durable melamine that is BPA-free and food- and dishwasher-safe, too, so parents will be just as happy as their now-full kids.

Dinner Winner

Board Game Eating Tray

Toddler Tray

Once upon a time there was a child who would not finish dinner . . . until his parents wised up and got him this toddler dinner tray. Kids will stay happily at the table—and, more importantly, finish their meal—with this board-game-meets-plate. Charming, storybook-inspired scenes lead little diners along a path of compartments. Each bite brings them closer to the final spot, which can be uncovered to reveal any number of bribes—um, we mean, rewards—for a completed meal, like dessert or a small toy. The sturdy plates are made from durable melamine that is BPA-free and food- and dishwasher-safe, too, so parents will be just as happy as their now-full kids.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Winsor
    Winsor

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Dinner Winner interactive eating tray to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you may have!

  • Amy
    Amy
    7/11/2017 11:31 AM

    Hi Winsor,

    My daughter is 2. Is this an item that would be ok for her to use?

  • Winsor
    Winsor – Special Guest
    7/11/2017 11:51 AM

    Hi @Amy,

    From a safety standpoint, it’s perfectly okay for a two-year-old. I can’t say whether she’ll appreciate the game-play since she could be anywhere from 24 months to 35 months old — that’s a big difference in her development. If she understands game-play (linear steps, getting to the finish line, “winning”) then it’ll be a great fit. If not, just blink a few times and she’ll be 3!

  • Amy
    Amy
    7/11/2017 12:18 PM

    @Winsor

    She is 5 months away from three! I am excited to have this interaction with her!

    I wish there was something like this when I was a kid!

    Thank you!!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Dinner Winner

Board Game Eating Tray

Toddler Tray

Once upon a time there was a child who would not finish dinner . . . until his parents wised up and got him this toddler dinner tray.

Kids will stay happily at the table—and, more importantly, finish their meal—with this board-game-meets-plate. Charming, storybook-inspired scenes lead little diners along a path of compartments. Each bite brings them closer to the final spot, which can be uncovered to reveal any number of bribes—um, we mean, rewards—for a completed meal, like dessert or a small toy.

The sturdy
plates are made from durable melamine that is BPA-free and food- and dishwasher-safe, too, so parents will be just as happy as their now-full kids. Read More Read Less
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Winsor
    Winsor

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Dinner Winner interactive eating tray to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you may have!

  • Amy
    Amy
    7/11/2017 11:31 AM

    Hi Winsor,

    My daughter is 2. Is this an item that would be ok for her to use?

  • Winsor
    Winsor – Special Guest
    7/11/2017 11:51 AM

    Hi @Amy,

    From a safety standpoint, it’s perfectly okay for a two-year-old. I can’t say whether she’ll appreciate the game-play since she could be anywhere from 24 months to 35 months old — that’s a big difference in her development. If she understands game-play (linear steps, getting to the finish line, “winning”) then it’ll be a great fit. If not, just blink a few times and she’ll be 3!

  • Amy
    Amy
    7/11/2017 12:18 PM

    @Winsor

    She is 5 months away from three! I am excited to have this interaction with her!

    I wish there was something like this when I was a kid!

    Thank you!!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.