Boat Inspired Float Lunchbox Encourages Children to Finish Their Meal

Picky eating is a natural phenomenon in childhood which usually continues into adulthood. Most leftovers after a picky eater can pollute our environment and even worse, it’s not good for the child’s health. If you don’t correct this eating habit from early age, it can be difficult to break. Float is a cute lunchbox that aims to encourage children to eat whatever meal inside. Screaming at your children due to picky eating won’t solve the problem, parents need to find a way to support confidence and fulfillment in children through eating variety of food.

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Inspired by a sailing boat, Float is a food container that looks like a cute boat. It’s a nice way to start an imaginative story when parents and children eating meals together. At the same time, it also helps to teach children about creating a better environment. Wonjun Jo, the designer, explains that Float consists of a container, a side dish tray, and a spork, it’s easy to create a cute vessel and enjoy a nice meal with your children.

‘Float’ is maintained the structure of existing food containers for product development and low production costs. By applying the characteristics of food containers, parents and children can participate in meals together and have a mind to think about the environment. After each meal, place Float in the water with the cap open, if there’s any leftover food inside, it loses balance and sinks into the water. It encourages children to finish their meal in order to make the boat floating. You can praise children when no food left and tell them it’s okay to leave the food when they’re full and encourage them to try again later.

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo

Float Lunchbox by Wonjun Jo



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