Do you DREAM of making memories cooking with your kids, like your memories of baking with grandma or barbecuing with grandpa?
But you get FRUSTRATED with your kids when they make a mess in the kitchen, or when they can't seem to follow (simple) cooking directions?
Now is the time to GET PAST YOUR FEAR of messes, learn how to communicate more clearly with your kids, and learn how to prepare your environment for fun and success in the kitchen! I'll show you how in the Getting Started Guide.
There are six main lessons in this guide that are organized to teach you about preparing food with young ones: who and what is involved, where & how to work together, and when & why you want to do this kind of work. We’ll cover the topics of motivation (what interests you and your child about food preparation?), simplification (what kinds of activities can young children do in the kitchen?), learning zones (how do you figure out what food preparation activities your child can do?), development (what developmental needs do you need to consider when including a young child in such complex activities?), small steps (when and how do you get started?), and environment (how do you set up your cooking space to accommodate a preschooler?).
For more information and a free sample chapter, visit http://TinyChefKitchen.com/ebook
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I formatted this PDF with large text so it will be readable on a variety of devices. The page size is 8.5x5.5 inches, meaning each page is the size of HALF of an 8.5x11 sheet of paper. If you'd like to print the PDF, you can fit 2 book pages on each printed page - make sure you adjust your printer settings accordingly (so you can save paper!).
Thanks so much for your purchase! When you're ready to explore some new recipes with your kids, check out "The Tiny Chef" recipe book: http://TinyChefKitchen.com/book.