50 First Foods Exploration Tick Chart – Bibado

50 First Foods Exploration Tick Chart

Record exposures needed for food acceptance
Tick or scratch off foods as you explore together
Nurture a happy curious eater
Features a practical exploration map
Setting little mouths up for feeding success
Inspires your food planning
Explore new tastes and textures together
Includes first foods from NHS guidance
Choose a wipe-clean or scratch off chart
Choose a wipe-clean or scratch off chart

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5 Simple Steps For Food Chart Success

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50 First Foods Exploration Tick Chart

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Encourages Exploration

Encourages exploration when introducing new foods, and helps you keep track as they touch, hold, smell, taste, chew, and safely swallow.  Harnessing their natural curiosity will avoid the pitfalls of picky eating and make their mealtimes more adventurous and  fun for the whole family.

Tracks Multiple Exposures

A handy visual reminder of how often you’ve tried foods. None of us have the head space to remember whether we’ve introduced each food enough times, so let this help! Babies need at least five exposures to a food before figuring out whether they like it. Keep trying, keep ticking and above all, keep having fun as you enjoy this precious journey together.

Supports Baby's Development

Helps maximise the window of opportunity when babies are most open to trying new things. Research shows the more foods they’ve tried before 12 months, the less likely they’ll be a picky eater. Introducing as much variety as possible will help baby develop essential sensory and mouth muscle skills, setting them up for success with speech too.

Easy To Use

We’ve done the hard work for you! Get started with 50 foods from the NHS-approved list (we’ve highlighted allergens) and simply record on the wipeable* chart every time you explore a new food together. Keep it in the kitchen or dining room, so it’s always on hand for mealtime adventures.



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Build confidence and enjoy fun-filled mealtime adventures with our wipe-clean 50 First Foods Exploration Chart. Use from the early stages of weaning to track the foods your baby tries and how often. Recording each exposure to reach the recommended minimum of five times will help jog your memory and work towards the baby’s acceptance of different foods. Don’t worry if they don’t seem to take to it straight away. Keep going, and use the chart to support flavour and texture exploration in a fun and convenient way.

With the help of experts, we’ve developed a practical road map at the top of the chart. It’ll help you explore all the ways your little one can experience food, supporting them to grow and stay curious. Whether baby touches, squishes, smells, or tastes it, it counts, so be sure to log it on their chart. Remember that the best time to introduce new foods is between 6 and 12 months because babies are more open to new tastes and flavours. Use your chart to maximise this window of opportunity and introduce as much variety as possible. You’ll give them the building blocks for the best start in life.

 You can use your chart to inspire your meal planning, and help expand food choices as a family.  And as we've included the NHS approved first foods, and known allergens too, you can relax knowing you've covered the basics.  So pop it in the kitchen or dining room, and enjoy recording your progress as you discover new foods and flavours together.  There are also some top tips to make mealtimes even more fun, and build those mouth muscles for successful eating.'

Watch and learn as your baby develops a curiosity for food and mealtimes, that will nurture their development and ensure they’re a happy, healthy eater for life.

Description & Benefits

5 Simple Steps For Food Chart Success

Info & Baby Safety

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Reviewed by Victoria M.
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Perfect!

Handy guide for weaning, helps me decide what foods to try out and tick off as I go. Amazing price too!

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Really good

This is really good I just wished I got it earlier as my daughter has been earing for a while

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Amazing chart perfect for all babies.

Amazing chart we had already started our weaning journey but it’s great for ideas on what to try there was some things we hadn’t tried yet!

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Great way to be creative with meal times

I have found this a really helpful tool to aide the shopping list and be creative with mealtimes and exploring new tastes.

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