The bowl goes next to the plate. And the cup goes where?
Let them work it out for themselves with their own Heath Ceramics dinnerware. The Sausalito pottery workshop has miniaturized its handmade tableware for independent little diners.
The small-scale dishes have the same kiln-fired heft and retro cool look as yours, but they’re glazed in totlicious colors (apple, zest, blueberry). A full set includes a plate, bowl, and cup. Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, it will solve a host of mealtime dilemmas.
Like how to improve one’s eatiquette.
Available at Heath Ceramics, 400 Gate Five Road, near Harbor Drive (415-332-3732 ext. 13); online at heathceramics.com.
Kideko Creative Kiddies Design Contest
What: Tot’s bedding label is on the prowl for creative and colorful kid art.
Why: It’s a draw.
When: Thru Wed.
Where: Download entry form online at kideko.com and e-mail with artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Target Family Day
What: Four SF museums and a park open their doors to fams, with free admission, activities, and entertainment.
Why: Be a culture vulture.
When: Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Around town. For info, call 415-614-3216.
Children’s Fairyland Fairy Music Farm
What: New multisensory installation invites musical play amid a tunnel of sprites.
Why: Roll with it.
When: They’re spellbound.
Where: 699 Bellevue Ave., at Lake Merritt (510-452-2259).