Math, science, nutrition, etiquette, and hygiene can be both fun and delicious.

Activities May Include:

  • stirring batterĀ 
  • spreading peanut butter and jelly on bread
  • mixing and kneading pizza dough
  • rinsing and straining fruits and vegetables
  • mashing potatoes and other cooked vegetables
  • pouring liquid ingredients

Research shows that cooking in early childhood can help children:

  • learn and practice basic math skills (ie. measuring and counting)
  • build self-confidence
  • develop fine motor skills
  • lay a foundation for healthy nutrition
  • follow directions and develop problem-solving skills
  • learn about cleanliness
  • increase language development

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