The Build-A-Meal playset is actually a plate for children who won't eat their cheeseburger unless it's in a little construction zone (perfect for use with these utensils).
Kids love building; they build playhouses, castles and forts. Let them pretend that they are site managers of a large construction site. They can use the crane to move food into the right compartment; they can use roadblocks, I-breams and warning cones to mark their territory! Let your kids build their way to a healthy meal with Build-a-MealÂ©.
Admittedly, it's pretty awesome and I'm more than a little jealous I didn't have a fry-bucket growing up. But I'm not jealous I didn't have little road cones and signs on my plate, because those are a choking hazard AND I EAT EVERYTHING. Don't believe me? Then why did I just pass two Hot Wheels?
Hi the jump for the Chew-Chew Train, complete with a child who's about to miss his rendered juice cup and pour a pitcher full of milk in his lap.
Caution! Coronary Under Construction [nerdapproved]
Thanks to Closet Nerd, who always leaves a happy plate and earns dessert.
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