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The coolest kids coloring placemats - eco-friendly products that will teach kids letters, number and geography while coloring. Color them over and over again! |at Non Toy Gifts

We almost never order from the kids menu. I know my boys would be happy to fill up their tummies with French fries but this doesn’t happen too often.  I want nutritious meals for them and some veggies on their plates. What we do instead is to have them share a meal on the regular menu and I order something they may also like, in case they won’t touch their own food. I do see the point of the kids menu, giving parents a break while kids can choose something they will actually want to eat, but you see, I never mind a power struggle over veggies, even when in public.

The coolest kids coloring placemats - eco-friendly products that will teach kids letters, number and geography while coloring. Color them over and over again! #kids #coloring #mealtime

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While I can handle veggie complains and other food-related struggles on my own, I appreciate all the help I can get when it comes to keeping the kids at the table. Entertaining them with some coloring activity just before food gets on the table is a good way to keep them busy. Modern-Twist produces the coolest kids coloring placemats ever! Made from silky food-grade, hand silk-screened silicone, these mats won’t crease or rip and they feel incredibly soft  to the touch. Silicone is a natural material made of sand, rock, and oxygen, and it is unmatched in its functional properties of heat and water resistance. ( Heat proof to 425 F – in case you were wondering ). They are free of BPA, lead, latex and other harsh chemicals.

The kids coloring placemats feature creative, playful designs that will amuse and inspire little tikes. Children will be able to exercise their ABCs and numbers and learn about various cities of the world: New York, Seattle, Paris, London. Color, clean off with a damp cloth or rinse and color again.  The mats are ideal for mealtime at home or on the go.

The coolest kids coloring placemats - eco-friendly and germ-free products that will teach kids letters, number and help them get familiar with various cities of the world: New York, Seattle, Paris, London.

Related mealtime products: personalized plates,  personalized handmade silverware and kids coloring activities: giant coloring map of America, five coloring wallpapers for kids. Find them all here.

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The coolest kids coloring placemats - better than coloring pages and you can color them over and over again. Perfect for picky eaters. Take them along when traveling or dining out with kids. | at Non Toy Gifts

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marv

Tuesday 23rd of June 2015

We never ordered from kids menu for the main reason that they lack varieties and unhealthy. The same things everywhere : nuggets, hot dogs, pizza. , fries, mac and cheese !!! and lots of people are wondering why their kids are picky :) BUT, I always ask for their kids' menu because of the coloring page :) These placemats are so cool, I'd want to color them myself !!!!!

Stef

Monday 29th of June 2015

I learned my lesson, Marv. I also ask now for the kids menu so the boys can stay busy coloring

Lou Lou Girls

Monday 22nd of June 2015

I'm in love with this! Thank you for sharing this with us! Pinned and tweeted! I hope to see you at tonight's party. We are always so impressed with your creations and can't wait to see them! Lou Lou Girls

My Bored Toddler

Monday 22nd of June 2015

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing on #ToddlerFunFriday

Kylie

Friday 19th of June 2015

Great idea! I have some little magnet sets for dinners out. But these look really good!

Stef

Friday 19th of June 2015

A magnet set comes in very handy for dinners out or traveling. I'm about to get a couple myself as we plan our first road trip with the kids.

Debbie

Thursday 18th of June 2015

What a fantastic idea! I always have a restless toddler at dinner time! Visiting from Mom Blog Party.

Stef

Thursday 18th of June 2015

My youngest is still in his high chair but I'm sure once we upgrade him, we'll need one of these, for the same reason :)

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