These cleverly designed training chopsticks have been popular for years in Japan to train kids to use chopsticks. With the ring for the finger, the index finger and the shape of the chopsticks, eating with chopsticks will become an easy art to master.
Your kids will undoubtedly find the cute design appealing, so they are likely to try new foods! Just to be able to show off their chopstick handling talent!
The learning process will be smooth and easy since the support rings and the shape of the chopsticks offer a firm grip and the correct position of holding them.
There is no definitive age for kids to start to learn (ours were around two when they started) and you might need a little bit of practice to get started but helping your child play with chopsticks can be fun with these easy steps
How to hold training chopsticks
- Encourage your child to hold the top chopstick like a pencil around a third away from its top
- Place the second chopstick against your ring finger holding it with the base of your thumb so it serves as an anchor using the rings as a guide
- Practice moving the top stick up and down using the thumb and index finger until your child gets the hang of it moving the upper chopstick with your index and middle fingers.
- Start practising picking up larger food items and as they get the hang of and then move onto smaller pieces.
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Training chopsticks are designed to help you take food using chopsticks with no difficulty and are a fun way to eat dumplings or anything in a bite-size proportion that can be picked up and be eaten.
Beginner chopsticks for adults can be learned at any age
We have selected some of the best training chopsticks in Australia from toddlers to Adults that come right or left-handed which are good quality and easy to use. They will make eating out at your favourite yum cha restaurant so much fun.