Kids love playing around the kitchen - in fact many adults still retain those great memories of licking the bowl clean after early baking sessions.
It's a great place for them to learn many different things about the world but the kitchen can also be a dangerous place.
That's why Bat Chen Garyevsky has developed these kitchen utensils and tools aimed at children.
Theirs a mortar and pestle, juicers and blades than can cut but are not so sharp you have to worry. The handles are all made smaller making them more accessible to children and their colorful designs look great.
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