Alyson Starr Probst was inspired to invent the Snack and Play Travel Tray by her son Daniel. She was unable to find a safe and practical table for him to use while on the go in the car or in his stroller. Thus, in December of 2005, Alyson brought the Starr Kids Snack and Play Travel Tray to market.
Star Kids donates their trays to a variety of charitable causes such as local school auctions. They also support charities that work with abused children or animals.
Star Kids sent us a Snack and Play Travel Tray to review.
One thing I did not like about the packaging was that the tray was folded in half. This, at first anyway, made the center somewhat weak. After working with it by bending it against the fold and letting it remain flat, however, it did stiffen up a bit.
I really like that there are mesh pockets on either side of the tray. This was convenient for storing the Little Mister’s sippy cup and toys.
The tray has a buckle on each side to conveniently wrap it around the child.
It has a rim to keep toys and food on the tray while driving.
The Little Mister really likes it!
I foresee a very helpful future provided by this clever tray. Since we’re about to move out of state, it will be a tremendous help to keep the Little Mister entertained on the road trip.
Overall, this is a great invention! It is convenient, works well, and has helpful features. I really like it and I would definitely recommend it to anyone with a kiddo in a booster seat.
You can purchase the Star Kids Snack and Play Travel Tray through various local and online retailers. Find one utilizing Star Kids’ Where to Buy feature.
TJ is a former chef with a bachelor of science degree in professional writing turned stay-at-home wife to a loving, hard-working engineer and mom to three very active, adorable little kids (2 boys and 1 girl). When she's not busy writing for her website Measuring Flower, she can be found organizing her home, cleaning something, or hanging out with her amazing family.