08 August 2006

How to make chopsticks kid-friendly, revisited

Simone mentioned this Lifehacker pointer to a video tutorial on kidifying chopsticks. A waiter taught her this technique a while ago, and she swears by it. (We've discussed chopsticks here before: Teaching kids to use chopsticks.)

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Our local Japanese restaurant has these premade for when kids come in.

I've seen this sort of thing before, but using the chopstick paper: pure ingenuity.

now, if someone could find an easy source of rubber bands right when the situation comes up; they earn the other 1/3 of the prize!

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