Many of the families I talk to fully believe in the importance of eating together. They’ve built routines around sitting at the table, and they come together each night to savor a meal. Increasingly, I’ve also gotten questions about cooking together. Cooking with kids is a treat, and one you don’t have to wait to enjoy. Even the youngest members of your family can get in on the action! Here are our top three tips for getting kids involved in the kitchen:
Cooking benefits kids in countless ways. It supports their fine-motor skills, their reasoning, and their attention to detail. It empowers them to make healthier choices and take ownership of what they eat. That’s why we’re offering our Kids Whole Foods Cooking Series, and why we encourage everyone to bring the family together in the kitchen.
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