EDUCATION IN BAKING
Cooking with chilren is a bonding opportunity. Things can be learned through experiences with food in the kitchen. They discover flavors in food, boost the childs math, skills, and emotional development. They enjoy it, helps them to be comfortable with food and healthy eaters, If they can read, have them read the receipes. Talk about how food smells, tastes, feels, sound and look. Sharing a meal the child has cooked creates a bond with the whole family. And above all praise the child for their hard work,
It's true that cooking with children requires time, patience, and some extra cleanup, especially extra cleanup, especially when the children are younger. or one thing, cooking with children can help get them interested in trying healthy foods they might normally turn up their noses.
Indeed, cooking with children can be the gift that keeps on giving; it has both short-term and long-term payoffs.
Some of the short-term benefits:
It encourages kids to try healthy foods.
- Kids feel like they are accomplishing something and contributing to the family.
- Kids are more likely to sit down to a family meal when they helped prepare it.
- Parents get to spend quality time with their kids.
- Kids aren't spending time in front of the TV or computer while they're cooking.
- Kids generally aren't eating junk food when they're cooking a meal at home.
- is a skill your children can use for the rest of their lives.
Some long-term benefits:
- Learning to cook
- Positive cooking experiences can help build self-confidence.
- Kids who cook with their parents may even be less likely to abuse drugs.