From the early age of four, children learn to follow direction and duplicate tasks. This is a great time to begin working with them on delegating tasks. From cutting soft vegetables, like steamed broccoli, to pealing a potato, children can take a lot of the redundant tasks off of your hands; and they will be happy to do so. Kids love to be in the kitchen, it makes them feel important and grown up because they believe the kitchen is reserved for "big people." Giving them a few tasks to perform helps to build their confidence and begins teaching them about kitchen safety. As they get older, you will find yourself needing to do less and less as they become more comfortable around the tools and foods of the kitchen. Each of our cooking lesson levels have appropriate tasks per age. Kids get excited when they get to play around and experimenting in the kitchen is just that. They get to have fun and play around. If you want to get kids fired up, give them the ability to play in the one area they were previously banned from entering. Try these our cookery club today! Each of our cooking lesson levels have appropriate tasks per age.
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