Ambi Kiddie Kids Chopsticks


*maximum purchase of 3 units per customer

Introducing our Ambi Kiddie Chopsticks in Almond Sand colour - made especially for kids! 

These are the perfect way for your little one to learn how to use chopsticks. 


These innovative chopsticks can be used by both left and right-handed children, and are designed with kids' comfort and ease of use in mind. Equipped with a comfortable grip for both left- and right-handed users, these are the perfect tools for your kids to practice their chopstick skills with.

The chopsticks come packaged for right handed users. To change to left handed use, simply detach the whale silicone part at the top and swap the sticks around! 

All parts are detachable for each stage of chopstick skill progression and also, for easy cleaning!

  • BPA/Phthalate/Melamine free
  • Adjustable finger angles
  • Removable rings
  • Easy-to-use hinge design
  • Detachable parts for easy cleaning
  • Shipping & Return

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    Montessori info
    By mastering the use of chopsticks, children enhance their fine motor skills and develop a sense of accomplishment. This practical life skill encourages focus, concentration, and patience. The chopsticks are child-friendly, easy to grip, and made with durable materials. With the Ambi Kids Chopsticks, Montessori principles of independence, practical life skills, and cultural exploration are seamlessly integrated, fostering growth and confidence in children.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 5 reviews
    Abigail Wood (Chandler, US)

    Ambi Kiddie Kids Chopsticks


    As described and quick postsge

    Lucy Osborn (Melbourne, AU)
    These are great

    My two year old loves these!
    They are a great size

    Jill Lumsdaine (Sydney, AU)

    At this stage they were too difficult for the grandchildren to hold and slipped from the joining animal so perhaps in 6 months time they will be more used

    Renata Patriota (Central Coast, AU)
    I would not recommend

    The sticks cross over instead of remaining parallel to each other when the child and adults try to pinch the food. The quality of the material if good, but we were not able to use as intended.

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