Meet CleverstiX

Less Mess

Intense fine motor strength development means a reduction in dropped food!

Quieter Mealtimes

Kids are captivated by the fascinating challenge of eating with CleverstiX!

More Fun

The toy-like nature of CleverstiX helps little-ones associate eating with the enjoyment of playtime.

The Child Development Cutlery

The special ergonomic ‘No Spring-Back’ design of the award-winning CleverstiX demands control of opening and closing, acutely developing concentration and fine motor skills to assist handwriting, hand/eye co-ordination and dexterity – including subsequent use of other cutlery (fork, spoon, etc)!

Children instinctively like to use their fingers and with dedicated rings CleverstiX simply act as an extension of them – therefore kids find them incredibly comfortable to use! At the same time they learn to savour and digest food at a healthy pace.

“CleverstiX are the best – they help develop children’s fine motor skills and handwriting grip. CleverstiX look almost like a toy, are safe and work!”  – Ken Hom OBE, Author, TV Presenter

(Ken Hom’s grandchildren use CleverstiX)

Occupational Therapy

CleverstiX are approved of by leading Paediatric Occupational Therapists (OTs) and are especially recommended for children with Dyspraxia/DCD and some forms of Autism/ASD. READ the National Handwriting Association’s review of CleverstiX and OT assessments on SEN benefits here.

CleverstiX Child Development Cutlery is supplied to shops, to schools, to nurseries, to OTs and to restaurants.

Joints of the Body Exercised

Muscles Used

Years Humans Have Been Using Chopsticks

Koreans Use CleverstiX

Improve concentration
Develop handwriting grip
Enjoy meal times
Advance fine motor skills
Learn chopstick control

APPROVED of by Parents, LOVED by kids!


Our short 54 second video demonstrates how CleverstiX:

  • Are so natural for young children to use
  • Makes finishing everything on the plate the child’s focus
  • Profoundly develops pincer dexterity while eating

WIDE tips for all cuisines

Find out more about how child-dining and fine motor ability can be transformed by reading our Frequently Asked Questions


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