When they're too young to use knives, turn on stoves, or read recipes it's a way to have some together time with an adult.
Sometimes a fussy eater will try something he or she helped to prepare.
As kids become more independent they're proud of foods they cooked all by themselves.
Following recipes can help kids develop math and reading skills.
Experimenting with recipes can be creative and educational. There's lots of science involved.
Sharing yummy things they've made shows love to others and makes kids feel good about themselves.
And cleaning up after cooking teaches them responsibility.
What are some experiences you've had regarding kids cooking?