Our daughter, who is 14 now, loves to cook and has helped me SO much in the kitchen for a few years now. She makes whole meals and is actually planning on going to culinary school! I can't tell you how wonderful this is and how much it helps me. Our youngest, who is 11, also likes to cook, and he's getting pretty awesome at it, too. See him making his own grilled cheese here. 🙂
Imagine your kids eating vegetables, helping prep for dinner, and making breakfast for you while you sip your coffee. Dreamworld, right? However, there are certain things you DON'T want to do, so you don't sabotage the fun memories you can make in the kitchen with your kids. And while working with food takes the pressure off YOU for mealtime and also encourages kids to try new things, fruits and vegetables almost always require knives…
Does the idea of letting your kids use knives freak you out?
Let my friend, Katie, a trained teacher, bring knife skills and safety to YOUR children, right in your own home, and she'll also help you avoid the #1 mistake that destroys your chance of enjoying time in the kitchen with your kids.
For two weeks only, you can get 3 free classes from the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse. Watch one with your kids like a regular class, and polish your own skills with the other two that are just for adults.
What you'll learn in these short videos:
- Basic knife skills and techniques for kids age two to teen
- Mastery of the three safe ways to hold food while cutting
- How child development impacts your child's readiness to learn new skills
- The #1 mistake that destroys your chance of enjoying time in the kitchen with your kids
- A tested 3-step process for teaching kids in the kitchen so young cooks learn basic skills the right way
The free videos are only up for a short time, so sign in now and plan some time to work with your kids in the kitchen – you'll be amazed at what they can do!
The 3 videos are:
- Knife Skills Training for Kids
- Adult Tips: Challenges You Might Encounter
- The Biggest Mistake Parents Make
Watch the short preview:
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