How can you make getting in the kitchen fun for your kids? Well, you can start with some of the other posts in this 10 day series. You can also make it fun! Here I want to show you some fun activities that you can do with your kids to get them interested in the being in the kitchen, maybe get them interested in fractions (measuring/measuring cups), and more.
Kids in the Kitchen – Fun Activities
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Let them get messy. I know that it more than likely means a big mess for you to clean up later, but they will have so much more fun if they aren’t worried about the mess they are making!
Helping in the Kitchen
Let them add the ingredients in. It might not sound fun, but they love it!
Measuring Spoons and Cups
Give them a big ol’ pan of water and some measuring cups and spoons to play with. Let them fill some containers. OR use flour or rice for a drier activity.
Print off the PDF, cut out the measuring spoons (laminate them if you want) and let them work out how many cups or part ones it takes to get a full cup.
I have made this with my kids when they were little. They loved it, and smelled so good afterwards. Let them measure out the cloud dough ingredients for some extra fun
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10 Days of Kids in the kitchen series posts:
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