Why do I need a cookie cutter with a bite taken out of it? I can do this myself. In fact, when I have cookies taking bites out of them is pretty much all I do. I like the shark though. Kids might dig this whole Snack Attack concept too. It's a good teaching tool. You know, along with their fun baking activity and resultant tasty snack they get a lesson on how if they ever encounter a real great white shark while out riding the waves it will take a bite out of their surfboard and then eat their leg off. To drive the demonstration home, parents should probably say something like, "Once the shark has severed your leg, what does he do next?" And then snap the cookie's head off.
Now that I think about it, in addition to apprising children of the dangers of the ocean, these cutters could also be a good way to curb their sugar obsession by making them afraid of cookies.
Snack attack cookie cutters sell in sets of 3, each measuring 4 to 5 inches long.