About this item
- 3 sections keep food separate for picky eaters
- Wide rim is easy to grip
- 7.6" by 8.8" by 0.9"
- Made of durable, dishwasher safe melamine; do not microwave
- Recommended for children ages 3 and up
Organize a meal with help from this divided plate, featuring the pups of Paw Patrol! Sometimes peas and carrots just don’t go together, and this plate has 3 sections of varying size to placate picky eaters. Kids will be eager to finish their meals and reveal the fun character art. The plate is made of durable melamine, both dishwasher safe and BPA free, and has a wide rim that's easy for small hands to grip. Do not microwave; recommended for children ages 3 and up.
Features: Square (shape)
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): .75 inches (H) x 8.63 inches (W) x 7.5 inches (L)
Features Dining: BPA-free
Service For: 1
Care and Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe top rack only
Item Number (DPCI): 200-05-1044
Made with BPA-free materials.
Most recent reviews
Great little plates
5 out of 5 stars
GAtotmom85 — 3 months ago
These plates are awesome for their price. I bought them to help entice my 2 year old to eat, and he absolutely loves them. They’re slightly smaller than other melamine plates, but they’re perfect for a 2 year old. I also love that they’re dishwasher safe.
(would not recommend)
2 out of 5 stars
Eric S — 11 months ago
People ordering online should be aware that they might not receive the same plate as in the picture. The plates we received are a different color and have all pups with the exception of Skype who's left. I'll let people draw their own conclusions as to why she's left out, but we'll be returning. Oth...see moreof the reviewer's review
3 out of 5 stars
mom of 3 — 2 years ago
I bought one for each of my boys and while they loved the plate, it didn't hold up very well. the 3 year old was bringing his plate to the sink and it fell on the tile floor and it cracked in too many places to be usable. the other plate has been dropped a few times but has managed to escape with mi...see moreof the reviewer's review