Re-Play Utensils are Made in the USA, from recycled milk jugs. With funky bright colors and chunky shapes Re-Play tableware is Toddler Tuff! Utensils come in a pack of 8 – each containing 4 Spoons and 4 Forks. Choose from Pink, Green & Orange assorted or Aqua, Green & Orange assorted. Re-Play Utensils are sized just right for your toddler, with pudgy handles that are easy to grip and use. Spoons are deep so that food stays put and Forks have blunt tips to keep kids safe. All Re-Play products are BPA-free, PVC-free, phthalate-free, melamine-free…and dishwasher safe! Products are made, assembled and tested in the USA from recycled milk jugs that are FDA approved for Food Contact. The use of recycled plastic reduces greenhouse gases and saves energy. Our packaging is also made from recycled paperboard. The minimal package design does not use plastic blisters, twist ties or any other extra restraints that create more waste. Re-Play products are easy and fun for toddlers to use, unbelievably durable.
what parents are saying
Great that they came from recycled plastic. Daughter loves these especially the divided plates. Perfect for keeping the food separated for the kids that don’t like their different food touching. (Feb 12, 2020)
We were using our family’s regular utensils for my 18 month old to learn with, but she was making such a mess. She has much more control with these utensils and is more confident feeding herself.
Aug 14, 2021
I like that these are made from recycled milk jugs and very affordable. But they're not the easiest for my son to eat with. We keep them in the diaper bag because we don't mind if they're misplaced.
Sep 10, 2020
Great that they came from recycled plastic. Daughter loves these especially the divided plates. Perfect for keeping the food separated for the kids that don’t like their different food touching.
Feb 12, 2020
These utensils do what they’re supposed to. The spoons are perfect for scooping and actually holding a fair amount of food. The forks are sharp enough to poke food, but safe on teeth/little mouths
May 14, 2018
Great for toddlers, I try to avoid the metal spoons because they hold a lot of carryover heat and are tough on teeth. These are a great size for holding, easy to clean, and easy on the wallet.
Aug 03, 2017
Love re-play but on the fence about the utensils. The bowl of the spoon and tines on the fork are a nice shape and size but the handles are a little bit flat making it hard for a learner to hold onto.
Jun 10, 2017