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Kuhn Rikon Kinderkitchen Dog Knife
Kuhn Rikon Kinderkitchen Dog Knife


 
Our Price: $10.00
Ages: 3-12

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Product Code: 504-KNIFE
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Kuhn Rikon Child-Safe Dog Knife
Made of Japanese carbon steel, Kuhn Rikon's Dog Knife is sharp enough to cut soft food but not small fingers. With ears that have been designed to serve as a hand guard, the dog knife is perfect for all your eager helpers. Cleanup is a easy because the knife is safe to put in the dishwasher yay!

Your Kitchen Is a Learning Lab
Your kitchen is a learning lab; are you taking full advantage of it? Cooking classes are not just for teens or for girls. Along with all the other wonderful subjects that you are teaching your children, cooking is one that is beneficial for both girls and boys to learn, and it is something that most kids love to do.

Children Love to Cook!
Children as young as three years old are ready and eager to learn basic food prep, and the lessons learned will yield life-long benefits. Not only do these pint-sized chefs have a great time, but cooking is educational to boot.

What Does Your Child Learn From Cooking?
Reading for meaning is stressed, and of course counting, measuring, time, and fractions are basic kitchen skills. Nutrition can be explored, as well as the history and culture of food. Then there are all those fine motor skills, from breaking an egg to shaping a cookie. Finally, cooking can foster a greater sense of responsibility, from remembering to set the timer to cleaning up messes.

Tool Up with Child-appropriate Utensils
If your child is just beginning this wonderful experience of real cooking, consider tooling up with equipment that is not only size-appropriate, but sturdy. Because yours won't be the only child to test the limits of these tools, you'll be glad to know that they have been designed to take a beating in more ways than one! These kid-sized tools encourage children to roll up their sleeves and participate in family cooking adventures.

Lasting Memories and Essential Life Skills
Cooking can be a shared experience between parent and child that not only builds lasting memories, but also competency in an essential life skill. Quality cooking tools are a brilliant gift for your future culinary enthusiast or for the child with everything but enough time with his parents.

  • Carbon steel
  • Cuts food, but not small fingers
  • Ears act as hand guards
  • Tails are soft and movable

    Made in China


    No for Children under 3For ages 3+. Adult supervision required when using this product.

  • Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

      0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
     
    Preschooler Gross Motor Skills September 24, 2012
    Reviewer: Sunflower Seed  
    Kuhn Rikon has made cooking fun and achievable for even the youngest cook in the house. During preschool for my 2 1/2 yr old we get these dog knives out and work on proper handling of cooking tools in the kitchen. He can grasp the handle easily. He is also learning gross motor skills by actively cutting the vegetables with me. We pulled some zucchini from the garden together and away he went...holding the zucchini with his left hand and using his right hand to cut with the dog knife. We have BOTH the Kuhn Rikon dog knives and he loves the 'chef' work!

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      1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
     
    Perfect Knife for a little one November 8, 2010
    Reviewer: Misty Marr from Buckeye, AZ United States  
    The Fiesta Silpin Junior Silicone Rolling Pin Red is really adorable.  I like how they made the knife look like a dog.  The dog features don't take away from the quality, though.  You can tell that the knife was made well.  I like the soft handle that will improve the grasp.  The blade is very short, just right for little people doing little jobs.   The tail on the end provides a cute touch.  Any child would be proud to cut right alongside you!

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