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MAX'IS Mug with a Glove Review

MAX'IS Mug with a GloveMAX'IS Mug with a Glove Review
Gifted By: MAX'IS Creations
Reviewed by Madison Bowes, Editor,


When you are at the dinner table with your parents, the constant chorus of "stop playing with your food" can get a little old. Max, an eight-year-old turned entrepreneur, decided that his slogan is: "The world would be better if we could play with our food!" Now, adults and kids everywhere can have fun at mealtime. His mug, the Mug with a Glove, is a great way to make any food fun.


If you find that your kids are not looking forward to dinner with the family, or are distracted by television and cell phones, start using this mug as a bowl. Pitch a few crackers into soup, catch croutons for a salad, or reward them with no-hitter ice cream sundaes for finishing their plates. While playing with your food was looked down on, encourage your kids to get involved in their meals with this mug.


On a cold winter day, there is nothing better than coming in for hot chocolate. My niece loves using this mug as a marshmallow catcher, and we made a game that teaches her hand eye coordination. She takes ten mini marshmallows, throws them into the mug, and eats whichever marshmallows land in her hot chocolate. If she misses, they go into the garbage because they fell on the floor. Once you're done, you don't have to worry about hand washing another specialty mug. Clean up is made easy with the dishwasher-safe ceramic. This is one mug you might need to buy two of. While playing with your food is fun, fighting over your mug is not!




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