The Kitchen Utensil Pop Quiz
Print out several copies our kitchen utensils guide. Black out the names of the utensils on all but one of the sheets. Give your kids 3 minutes to study the sheet with the names, then hand out the sheets with the names blacked out and ask your kids to write in the correct names. If your children are too young to write, review the names of all the utensils with them, and have them play the game verbally.
The Kitchen Utensil Memory Game
Print out a copy of our kitchen utensils guide and cut the guide into individual squares with a utensil image on each, to make playing "cards." Place all the cards face up on the table in a random pattern. Ask your kids to memorize the position of all the cards and then close their eyes. When their eyes are closed remove one of the cards. Then tell your kids to open their eyes and tell you which kitchen tool is missing. This game helps build your child’s memory and powers of concentration while helping instill the names of common kitchen tools.
The Kitchen Utensil Scavenger Hunt
Print out a copy of our kitchen utensils guide for each kid. Have your kids compete to find all the pieces of equipment in the guide. The winner gets to choose which delicious treat you’ll be baking that day: brownies, cookies, or cake. And, don’t forget to have the kids put all the equipment away when they’re done — tidying up the kitchen is one of the most important lessons of them all!