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Little Helpers2 of 11
By Divya Gugnani
Instead of playing with their food, kids can now play with their tools. This all-purpose kitchen utensil set will have even the smallest chef cooking in no time.
SHOP NOW: Broadway Panhandler’s Head Chefs Kid Cooking Utensils, $9.95 each
Ladybug Luck3 of 11
Whatever batch your kid is helping you whip up, spills and stress are no longer included in the recipe. These Animal House mixing bowls have silicone bottoms to keep them in place when mixing.
SHOP NOW: Boston Warehouse Animal House Mixing Bowls, $29.99 (set of 3)
Cool Pops4 of 11
Come summer, every kid craves an ice pop. Just fill these adorable molds with your child’s favorite juices and freeze for fast and easy treats.
SHOP NOW: Tovolo Ice Pop Molds, from $10
Stir It Up5 of 11
Small hands are no longer an obstacle for young chefs. Great for both eating and cooking, this poly spoon has an extra long, sturdy handle and non-stick surface.
SHOP NOW: Curious Chef’s Poly Spoon, $3.99
Alphabet Ice6 of 11
If kitchens are the new classrooms, then these ice cube trays are the new chalkboards. Help your kids fill these trays while teaching them how to count and learn the alphabet.
SHOP NOW: Broadway Panhandler’s Counting and Alphabet Ice Trays, from $10.95
Slice & Dice7 of 11
Knives and cutting boards no longer have to be a parent’s worst nightmare. Have your tots use this reversible, non-slip version to finish their new dish.
SHOP NOW: Curious Chef's Apple Cutting Board, $8.99
Cutting Up8 of 11
Now your child can become a master pastry chef, too, with fun and themed cookie molds designed especially for tiny helpers. These oversize cookie cutters have a soft touch grip on the top and no sharp edges.
SHOP NOW: Curious Chef’s Cookie Cutters, $1.89 each
Mealtime Cartoons9 of 11
Teach children good table manners with Mickey on the plate, rather than the screen. This set includes all the essentials: plates, bowls, flatware, storage containers and straws. Now mealtime can truly be a magical experience.
SHOP NOW: Disney Mickey Clubhouse Meal Time Set, from $5.50
Skrub-a-Dub-Dub10 of 11
Moms and Dads always need an extra pair of hands in the kitchen. These are mildly abrasive kid-size gloves used to clean root vegetables like potatoes and carrots.
SHOP NOW: Skrub'a Kids Potato Gloves, approx $4.50 per pair
Food Play11 of 11
No kitchen is complete without a cookbook for kids. Joanna Dolgoff’s teaches both you and your children how to eat right.