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The color of children's tableware should be as bright a […]
The color of children's tableware should be as bright as possible. The Swiss psychologist Piaget said, "Children's thinking starts from the action. If the connection between the action and the thinking is cut off, the thinking will not be developed." That is, brightly colored tableware can increase the child. The action and stimulation of the child’s nerves make the child’s actions and thinking continue to be linked, so that the brain develops as soon as possible.
Need to consider the child's use characteristics and physiological characteristics. Example: When a child learns to use chopsticks at the age of 2-3, because the child's brain is not mature and it is not as flexible as an adult, it is necessary to use auxiliary methods to make the child use it correctly. Design a cartoon shape on the appearance to cultivate children's interest in eating.
Children often fall to the ground when using tableware. It is necessary to choose tableware that is not easy to break when dropped from 60-80CM to the ground to prevent injury to children.
The child’s skin is less sensitive to heat and heat resistance. When the baby at home starts to add supplementary food, or the baby starts to grab the bowls and chopsticks in the hands of adults and awkwardly deliver food to their mouths, parents should Consider choosing a set of special children's tableware for your baby.
1. The selection of tableware should reflect the characteristics of children, small and unique, and try to consider practicality and convenience.
2. Choose tableware that is not easy to be brittle, not easy to age, not afraid of being beaten, can withstand bumps, and not easy to burr during the rubbing process.
3. Choose utensils without painted patterns on the inside, and don't choose painted chopsticks, etc.
4. Try not to use plastic tableware to hold hot food, and try not to use it in the microwave.
5. Prevent the baby from repeatedly biting the tableware in the mouth.
6. Clean the tableware in time and thoroughly, and place the tableware for babies separately from those of adults as much as possible.
Physical and mechanical requirements: sharp corners, sharp edges, small parts, holes, printed decoration, visual and tactile inspection, tensile strength, torque test, tear strength, strength/rigidity, drop test, etc.; Chemical properties: eight heavy metals (antimony, Arsenic, barium, cadmium, lead, chromium, mercury, selenium) migration, phthalates, formaldehyde release, nickel release, bisphenol A, organic matter volatility, etc.