When should you start talking with your little one about all the fun that happens in the kitchen? Should you start now or wait until he can really help out without making the mess?
Kitchen Club Kids suggests that you can start this conversation as early as 2. We got their Garden Safari Vegetable Soup – a cute little book that talks about the importance of vegetable and guides you and your little one in putting a delicious recipe.
The colorful illustrations and layered learning on each page will keep your child’s interest from beginning to end and will help you spend some quality time together as a family.
I have to say something about the pictures – they are super real with hands-on colorful cooking activities that would help you teach your little one how to follow recipes. But, you don’t have to be a chef to enjoy these books. Whether you’re reading with your child before mealtime or before bedtime, Kitchen Club Kids books turn story time into a culinary, learning adventure.
This books also comes with a pickle hiding on every page. That means that in addition to reading and cooking you also can look for a hidden green pickle throughout the book. The hidden pickle was first introduced in the Kitchen Club Kids® End of the Rainbow Fruit Salad book.
This book is perfect for anyone between the ages 2 and 6