Right now, we’re in the food before one is for funstage, so forgive me for passing these along. Perhaps I’ll change my tune in a few years when my child is playing at the table more than she’s eating. But for now, these are still cool. Think Geek likes to think of their Food Sporks as a way to reward kids for trying new foods (or not using new foods as projectiles). It may take some time for them to get eating with their newly dressed weapons, but that will be half the fun.