This hand-carved, wooden bowl can be used as a sensory bin scoop. We have several designated for sensory bins in our home. They often get recruited for the play kitchen, as baby doll bowls, and as little gnome homes too (flipped upside down).
IN THE KITCHEN
But we also have several designated for dry snacks too in the actual kitchen when a toddler-sized portion is needed and have even used them for home-made, puréed baby food. No matter how you use this, it’s a beautiful addition to the natural home.
HOW IT’S MADE
Artisans use hand-tools to carve and shape pieces of olive wood stumps and roots into these pretty scoop-shaped small bowls. Each one is unique and full of character.
Sturdy enough to hold up, but light enough for children with the beautiful warm, smooth and solid texture of real wood, these are beautiful, natural editions to the home.
(Small spoon not included.)