Inspire Your Kids in the Kitchen with Kidzdesignlab

Inspire Your Kids in the Kitchen with Kidzdesignlab

The first step to eating more healthily is learning how to cook meals from scratch. Even if you are fully committed to the idea, your family might not be so motivated. You can inspire your kids in the kitchen with the Kidzdesignlab range of kitchen utensils. These tools are made by kids, for kids — what better incentive for little chefs.

– Kitchen tools that are designed with little hands in mind

– Extra safety features are ideal for young cooks

– Range includes a mixing bowl, a chef’s knife, a pot, oven mitts, a step stool, and a pan

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1570914103/kidzdesignlab-kitchen-products-made-by-kids-for-ki/

Inspire Your Kids

When it comes to cooking up delicious meals, kids often struggle with oversized pans and utensils. It also takes a brave parent to equip their eight-year-old with a sharp knife.

The Norwegian team behind Kidzdesignlab saw these problems and fixed them. This range of kitchen tools has been designed and extensively tested by children. They are the ideal size for younger chefs, with extra safety features built in.

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For instance, the Safy knife has a rounded point and a protective grip. Likewise, the Piip pan is super lightweight, and large handles make it easy to carry. You can even see whether the water is boiling through the smart whistling lid. The Pantastic frying pan is just as easy to carry, with a lowered lip for easy turning.

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To keep mess to a minimum, the Smart Mix mixing bowl has a special drip-catcher. It also has an egg cracker and a solid silicone base. Your child can safely put their mix in the oven with the Safe Hands gloves. While the extra-long design and heat-resistant cotton prevent burns, integrated magnets keep the gloves together.

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Finally, your little cook can get a boost with the Step & Smile foldable stool. Made from bamboo and plastic, this platform can be moved around the kitchen.

“Can kids create great products? We were unsure, now we are convinced. The products will inspire kids to cook, eat healthy and to create.” — Kidzdesignlab on Kickstarter

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What We ❤️

It makes sense to provide kids with tools the right size. Furthermore, the designs in this range are top class.

Future Designs

As adults, we are in no place to critique!

Availability

– Kickstarter: Until July 1st

– Pledge: NOK 125 (approx. $14.75)

– Delivery: September 2017

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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