Designed especially for children learning to self-feed, this innovative 360° training spoon has a rotating handle helps to prevent spills whenever the spoon is held incorrectly by always keeping it horizontal while in use.
TRAINING SPOON FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Self-leveling spoon designed for children learning to self feed
- Prevents spills by ensuring the spoon remains horizontal
- Handle locks into place for older children or to help transition to a traditional spoon
- BPA, Lead and Phthalate free
- 360° training spoon was designed in France
Age of use: 8+ months
Product maintenance: Wash by hand or dishwasher compatible
Material: BPA Free, Polypropylene
Size: 153mm long
Partner this spoon with Beaba silicone plate, it has suction bottom to ensure that foods will not land on the floor but on your kids belly.
CGC via Amazon.com –
This spoon is awesome and i credit it for teaching my toddler how to use a spoon! giving him a spoon was a disaster, then i bought it when he was about 22 months old. now, at 2, he can use regular spoons with ease.
Huixia Chen via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – As good as imagined
Maria-Francisca Canales via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – Love it!
Debbie via Amazon.com –
My 3yr old is legally blind and has issues with depth perception he always chooses to eat with his fingers because he has a hard time getting the spoon to his mouth without losing most of if not all the food on it. I ordered this spoon to see if it helped him and it’s amazing I will be ordering at least 5-6 more so he can keep one at school this year. I do wish that they made a fork like this.
Valdaliso via Amazon.com –
Really keeps the food on the spoon – Even though my little one does not use it, it does work! It is great since you can use it with either hand and the food really does not fall out. When he uses the spoon his food stays in the spoon till it hits his mouth and is all gobbled up. As far as the little lever at the end he only really played with it once or twice and lost interest in it so we did not have the same issues as others. The issue we have is getting him to use a spoon at all.
Dawn via Amazon.com –
Four Stars – Great for baby learning to eat.
Marie Sedlack via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – Love love love this
Craig McFarlane via Amazon.com –
ery happy, daughter at 6 months old can hold and feed herself well which is messy and amusing. Good quality.
Rachel via Amazon.com –
Our go-to spoon!My 18-month old would be so hungry without this spoon!! I am constantly amazed by how much lower his success rate is with any other spoon in our arsenal, and have gone to cleaning this one immediately after every meal just so that he will have it available at any point that he needs to eat. The self-leveler is not too fast, so he’s learning some control, but it really does help keep his food in place while he’s navigating toward his mouth. He has a tendency to flip his wrist, so the swivel of the handle corrects that for him as he brings the food up to eat.
Another fantastic feature on this spoon is the deep cup of the spoon. I find that it holds much more food than most baby spoons, and while I bet it would make spoon-feeding an infant frustrating, it is fantastic for my toddler who is ready to get a decent-size bite!
As the clean-up crew, I also love that this tool is so easy to clean. The green part of the spoon snaps in and out of the white handle very easily, so all the parts can be washed without any food getting stuck in a hard-to-reach crevice.
We don’t use the self-locking feature much, but it would be great if you are transitioning from spoon-feeding to self feeding and still want some control during the meal.
SD210 via Amazon.com –
Good but not perfect – So my 2 year old son is still learning to use a spoon. The rotating handle concept is pretty cool and worked well. The problem was the shape of the part of the spoon that you put into your mouth. It was a bit large and awkward for him. For liquids that pour out easy it would probably work, but for thick stuff like pudding it was hard for him to maneuver the spoon in his mouth to get it all off the spoon.
BBP via Amazon.com –
Worth a try – I like the concept of this spoon. There’s really nothing all that magical about it. It operates on a simple physics principle (gravity and center of balance). The design relies on a somewhat bulky perpendicular piece at the end that acts as a cantilever, keeping the spoon upright. It’s also not 360 degrees. The spoon can only rotate 180 degrees. Trying to rotate it more than that will cause the spoon to lock into place. There’s a little notch that locks the spoon onto the holder (the white part). Locking it also makes the spoon able to stand up, like a kickstand. The bottom of the football-shaped end is flat so it can be free-standing on a table or tray.
I recommend hand-washing the spoon to get at all the crevices that food particles can hide in. Pop the green spoon piece out of the white piece and wash the 2 separately. You will need a toothbrush to get into the groove of the handle. The orientation of the handle is interchangeable. (The BEABA word can be near the spoon, or on the other side).
It’s recommended for toddlers and is easy for even a younger child to hold. For now, our son (7 mo) is too young to use it. He’s starting to eat solid foods and we want to train him. The bowl is too deep for his mouth.
Super Nintendo via Amazon.com –
Beaba Self-Leveling Spoon – I used this spoon with my toddler who is learning to feed himself. It has a cool, unique design which appealed to my kiddo quite a bit as he wanted to play with it more than using it to eat!
I like that this spoon has the locking feature as well as the self-leveling feature. I think this is a great concept and will prove to be beneficial to little ones. Increasing the level of success with self-feeding is a real confidence booster!
The “bowl” of the spoon is a bit deep for little mouths- this is good for liquids but not so great for more solid fare.
We will continue to use and practice with this spoon.
Hawazen via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – Good
JB via Amazon.com –
Works well for the most part – This spoon works fairly well for the most part. My 12 month old has been able to feed himself well with minimal spills. He only spills with it when he plays with the spoon and holds the back end, therefore messing up the entire function of the spoon. He is a very independent eater (he wants to do it alll himself), so this spoon is a great find for us.
Kanishk via Amazon.com –
Self balancing feature is a hit – We started using this spoon for training the little kiddo at around 15 months, and he loved eating with it. The self-balancing design does work and helps in getting used to of eating with a spoon. We really liked this and highly recommend to use it if you are also in the same situation.
Jenn via Amazon.com –
My daughter is 3.5 and has cerebral palsy. She has a difficult time getting food to her mouth without it spilling I the way there, but she is very independent and she wants to feed herself. This spoon has really helped her to get the food in her mouth. I rated it 4 stats only because the “bowl” of the spoon is so deep, it’s difficult for anyone (let alone a little kid, special needs or not) to get the food off of it. Still, it’s incredibly functional and helps inspire & foster independent feeding.
Kenny via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – I like this item, thanks.
RWL via Amazon.com –
I am so excited to find something that works. I am an Occupational Therapist and I purchased this spoon to use with a child that has an unusual grasp and limited range of motion in her wrist. It was so exciting to see her feed herself independently for the first time. Thank you BEABA for your innovative product.
Joane (verified owner) –
It’s the best spoon ever! It’s small and deep which is great training utensil and rotates upright for the bubs ????
Anne K. Johnson via Amazon.com –
Love this spoon! Perfect for toddlers and children with certain disabilities. My daughter has cerebral palsy and her occupational therapist introduced me to these self-leveling spoons. She has very little use in her left hand and she always uses her right hand for everything, but this spoon makes it possible for her to eat with her left hand! I wish I had learned about this sooner, it is amazing! Not only that, but my 18 month old uses it often as well. I am going to purchase a bunch more of these, I love them!
Sarah Goad via Amazon.com –
Magic for special needs kiddos -I wish I had found this spoon two years ago when I started trying to teach my autistic son to eat with a spoon. It has really helped transform his eating. Because he is able to actually get the food in his mouth without dumping it, he is becoming less resistant to using a spoon. My only issue is that the bowl is too deep. He’s unable to get the food out of the bottom without scraping his teeth in it and he will NOT do that. Would love to see one with a slightly flatter bowl.
Mama Ko via Amazon.com –
Five star spoon – My baby boy?s favorite spoon to begin eating by himself. This video was taken when he was 14 months old. It?s easy for him to use and it doesn?t spill easily! Perfect training spoon. I?ve tried different spoon since he was much younger, but this one is my favorite one. My video speaks better than my writing probably!:)
Melissa Corpening via Amazon.com –
Great spoon – Love this spoon. I purchased this for my elderly aunt. She was having problems getting food to her mouth without spilling it on her and this spoon worked wonderfully!!!! Super light weight without all of the bulkiness of adaptive spoons.
Mom of 6 via Amazon.com –
End of handle that is green can stop product from being useful but definitely worth trying and worth the price. It’s great for the baby/toddler that is either learning to self feed or for the child that needs adaptations. The reason I didn’t give it a 5 star is because it could be made just a bit better… the green handle that sticks out in the back can get stuck on the hand and not allow the spoon to rotate…
Bellaflor via Amazon.com –
Works with my child! This spoon works great with my child! he has cerebral palsy and some problem with his hand mobility. This spoon has been a great start for feed himself. I think it can be better but overall it is ok!
Maria I. via Amazon.com –
Nice, deep spoon for soups but not easy to handle. It’s supposed to not flip, but I guess my 15 months old are too smart and they do flip it and when they don’t is hard to bring it to their mouth and get the food out of it. The quality is really nice, but a little harder to use as I was hoping.
17kingsN42elephants via Amazon.com –
Clever invention – It definately loses less food than a regular spoon. I bought it when my son was nine or ten months. The bowl of the spoon is much deeper than a standard baby spoon. Because of this, he had a hard time getting food off the spoon. Now that he’s 14 months, he seems to have it mostly figured out.
Betty via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – Helped my son to start using a regular spoon.
Christina Pena via Amazon.com –
Highly recommend – This spoon helps my son with a disability be able to be a little bit more independent.
Jasmine via Amazon.com –
Will be ordering more – My son really love this spoon
Amazon Customer via Amazon.com –
I ordered 3 & was so pleased I ordered 3 more. It’s great to see my baby grandson get his food from plate to mouth and the spoon is right side up!
Fizzy via Amazon.com –
Amazing invention- introduce it earlier though! oh my! what a genius invention!
BUT- now my two year old quickly over turns the spoon in her mouth- and all falls out. if she were using a normal spoon, it would have ended up with the food in in her mouth. I should have introduced this spoon when she was 1. At 2 she is figuring out how to use a regular spoon.
However i will still keep this amazing spoon for baby number 2!
Nicole via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – This is really great for kids learning to use a spoon
Terrie Hunter via Amazon.com –
Great for beginners – Our son was instantly able to use the spoon by himself with no problems what so ever. We love it!!!
Dan Naughton via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – Super
Mgxiaoxiongmao via Amazon.com –
Four Stars – useful for baby
GraceP via Amazon.com –
I highly recommend buying this if you are teaching your kid to self feed. I scoop his food and lay it on the highchair and he can easily pick it up without his food falling.
YMV via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – Love the product
Jonathan and Ashley via Amazon.com –
A little awkward but it works as advertised! – This is a pretty ingenious little product. My son is 18 months old and while he is pretty good with a spoon, he does tend to dump things down his front before they get to his mouth, especially runny things like yogurt. I saw this product and thought that if it worked, it would help solve that little problem. We’ve only used it a few times so far and while it works as advertised, I docked it 1 star (honestly, I probably would have given it 4.5 stars if that were an option), because the handle is a little awkward and my son sometimes likes to play with the little part that hangs off the back which lets him actually turn the spoon upside down, which is the exact opposite of the purpose of this spoon. Still, it doesn’t happen very often and he generally just uses it like a spoon. One thing that I think is worth mentioning is that the spoon is rather deep and large. My 18 month old often can’t get all the food off the spoon. I can’t imagine a younger toddler doing any better. Now, I’ve had issues with other spoons being too small and shallow and his food falls off, and that’s annoying too, so I don’t know. I feel like Goldilocks with baby spoon, “this one’s too big; this one’s too small.” I’m not sure one exists that’s just right.
Also, a neat little feature is that if you turn the handle it will lock and then it’s just like a regular spoon, which is handy.
*Note: I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review.
Bailey31 via Amazon.com –
Works great for my 20m old! Before receiving this spoon, I was very curious about how it would work-and how easy it would be to clean. To my surprise (and delight) it is a very simple concept, has only two working parts, and is extremely easy to clean with no hard to get areas where apple sauce and other foods can collect and harden. My 20m old uses this spoon, and it has been successful at getting more food into her mouth. Before this spoon, she would try to turn a regular spoon upside down just as it got to her mouth. Which would make a huge mess, and maybe 20% of the food would actually make it to her mouth. I’d say with the self-leveling spoon about 80% goes in her mouth. However, being 20 months old, she always makes a mess of her food, so the spoon has not reduced the mess necessarily. Also, a problem I’ve found with it is that she is so curious about the spoon and how it works that it has become somewhat of a toy. However, I didn’t take any stars away for that, because it’s not the spoon’s fault that I have an overly curious toddler. It has, however, reduced mealtime, as she is getting more food into her mouth, faster. So I think that is a huge win!
Essie Kay via Amazon.com –
Awesome spoon for toddlers – I am a fan of this spoon for my toddler for an unexpected reason. BEABA has this cool concept with the self leveling feature. My almost 2 yo son can easily grip regular tea spoons but he’s always spilling the contents. Other toddler or baby spoons have a small handle so it’s not easy for him to hold. This spoon has a perfect size for gripping and it rests nicely when you prop it up with the level. So the unexpected part is my son likes to grasp it with the levelling weight. Its easy for him to control the spoon and it seems to be his favorite so far. I love that he’s gaining better control because of how he’s holding the spoon. Its a win-win for both of us.
Amy Dru via Amazon.com –
Really great concept – This spoon is a really awesome invention. I could see this being helpful for special needs children, and toddlers learning to use a spoon.
The spoon feeds through a wide handle and then has a perpendicular bend at the end to counter balance it. The white handle is wide, which is perfect for little hands still trying to master fine motor skills.
The spoon rotates within the white handle so that the spoon is always oriented properly regardless of the way the handle is held. This works great, but there is a specific “starting position” for the spoon and handle to make sure that it works properly.
The spoon can be locked into a specific position within the handle whenever you’re ready to graduate to more skills.
JLES via Amazon.com –
Great idea for babies learning to self feed – This is a fun little soon to play with. If you can get your baby to hold onto the center, you’re gold! The design is simple and makes sense when you study it.
The only improvement I’d like to see is a spoon that’s more friendly. It’s round and deep and apparently that’s not a good combination. It prevents my little one from getting much of the food out of the spoon. If it was a tad more shallow it seems like that may solve the problem. I think it’s overall a wonderful idea that needs a tiny tweek.
Mr. E via Amazon.com –
The biggest downside of this spoon is the counter balanced weight on it, while it provides means to make the spoon stay balanced and rotated right, it seems to be a bit sticky so it doesn’t always self level perfectly. It can be locked as well, which doesn’t provide all that much advantage over a normal spoon (the handle area is a bit larger and easier to hold, but not more so than most toddler/baby spoons designed for learning feeding).
Joy Andrews via Amazon.com –
This has helped my 1yr old self feed I believe. She has no problem getting food to her mouth without it falling off while using this spoon as opposed to other spoons. The leveling part is great cause with any other spoon she loses some but with this is moves with her movement and gets it all in her mouth. This is a great product and wish it was around 15yrs ago.
Brian W. via Amazon.com –
Buy this spoon! Um, love this spoon! Our toddler is getting better at solo eating but still misses or spills half of the time. This spoon provided ZERO spills or messes for an entire meal! Baby was so proud too. Such an amazing device, it will be used everyday in this house.
Niedz via Amazon.com –
Pretty sweet spoon! This is really neat! My son is learning to use his spoons now, it’s nice that it moves to the way he needs it.
Lollie via Amazon.com –
Baby spoon – Best invention ever for a baby learning to eat with a spoon. Food stays on spoon no matter how unstable their dexterity
Ashley via Amazon.com –
Works as described – The child who uses this has trouble bringing food to mouth, and this spoon works well. Keeps spoon level so it doesn’t all fall off.
Jessica Hindes via Amazon.com –
Good quality – Works just like it?s supposed to
Marielle via Amazon.com –
Five Stars – As expected
Shannon via Amazon.com –
Great item – Good product. Does what it?s suppose to do.
Anonymous (verified owner) –
Great concept, not necessarily easy for young child to use