How do you teach a child to hold a knife and fork?

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Nana’s Manners are the answer to helping kids use a knife and fork independently.

In this packed episode we look at why children are coming to school unable to use cutlery or able to go to the toilet independently, we look at unhealthy pack lunches and discuss how to be a brilliant parent!

How do you teach a child to hold a knife and fork?

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