If you have little ones, you know how important it is to let them feed themselves once they’re able. But as good as it is for their growth, it can also be insanely messy.
If you’ve picked up entire plates of food off the floor too many times to count, you, my friend, need a suction cup placemat. Lucky for you, you can get a great deal right now on ezpz’s Sesame Street placemats.
Originally priced at $19.99 with free shipping, you can get 20% off with the code EZPZH2S20.
The placemats, which double as plates, are for ages 6 months and up and come in both Elmo and Cookie Monster designs. The mat is made from 100% food-grade silicone that is bendable and flexible and doesn’t fade, corrode or deteriorate.
The suction feature decreases the chance of your child’s meal ending up on the floor while also promoting self-feeding and helping to develop fine motor skills.
The placemats are also dishwasher-, microwave- and oven-safe up to 350 degrees and because they are designed like Elmo and Cookie Monster, you can fill multiple compartments to make the characters come to life.
Think: berries in the mouth area and yogurt for the eyes.
As a bonus, now through July 24, make sure you add ezpz’s “Making Mealtime ezpz: Fun Ways to Fill the Happy Mat” book (a $15 value) to your cart, as the code above will also get you that for free!
That means you’ll get the placemat and book (a $35 value) for just $15.99 shipped.
The book is meant to be a companion to the placemat and is filled with ideas on how to make fun and eye-catching mealtime creations, plus tips on healthy foods, picky eaters, getting kids in the kitchen and more.
Many of the creations in the book are for the original happy mats and not specific to the Sesame Street placemats, but it will still give you some great ideas.
Will you be taking advantage of this deal and picking up a Sesame Street placemat from ezpz?
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