Wordless Wednesday: Learning in the Kitchen
This week we asked: What does Learning in the Kitchen look like?
(Read more about Natural Learning on our resource page, and enjoy this week’s articles on the theme.)
Sasha sharpens her fine motor skills with spaghetti.
Sasha’s momma blogs at Momma Jorje.
Sarah blogs at Parenting God’s Children.
From Shannon: “Moira and my mother painting cookies together last Christmas. That same year we also made my Grandmother’s shortbread recipe, with adaptations for both dairy and gluten free, and peanut butter cups. Moira was very interested in the whole cookie making process.”
Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.
From Brittany of Mama’s Felt Cafe: “This action shot is the first time my then 18 month-old son “cooked’ in his play kitchen. That wooden kitchen has not only provided hours of imaginative play for him, it was what inspired me to start making felt food of my own and led to the birth of my blog.”
From Charise: “Since we started Baby Led Weaning when Baby was 7 months old, he has learned about shapes and textures and how to explore with all of his senses. Baby has also learned how to have fun with healthy foods as evidenced by this picture of him with a green smoothie.”
Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.
Emily blogs at Embrita.
Julia blogs at A Little Bit of All of It.
In a kitchen too tiny for a stool, children can help out if you bring the cooking down to their level on the floor!
Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.
Laura blogs at Our Messy Messy Life.
From Stacy: “My 2yr old loves to help in the kitchen. Lately we’ve been hiding
beets in our baked goods. This recipe was from weelicious.com.”
Stacy blogs at Little graham cracker.
Amanda blogs at Let’s Take the Metro.
L1 putting the finishing touches on his ratatouille, while dressed as Remy, of course! We have always felt that teaching knife skills and safety early were important in our food loving family. When Daddy is a chef, you learn to cook young! To see the rest of the process head over to True Confessions of a Real Mommy: L1 makes Ratatouille! ~ From Jennifer
Shellina blogs at The Frugal Flambe.
Lia blogs at The Leaking Llama.
Tell us: What does Learning in the Kitchen look like in your family?
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