1Set up a work space.
Give kids a work space they can call their own, at a height they can reach.

2Give them a list.
Go through the recipe with your kids and have them help pull ingredients from the pantry and refrigerator.

3Teach them simple steps.
Let the little ones scoop, stir, and pour for stress-free activities.

4Assign tasks.
If you have more than one child, give each specific tasks or ask them to take turns stirring in their own unique way.

5Get creative.
Look for items already in your kitchen like evaporated milk or frozen fruits. Kids will like “experimenting”, and you’ll appreciate not having to make an extra trip to the store.

Don’t stop at cooking together in the kitchen. Kids love to play in the water, and soap bubbles add to the fun. Teach them how to help with the dishes, too!

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