One of the things that we as Moms want to give our children, is a a excitement to learn new things. To encourage this, learning needs to be enjoyable, and that is something Linzy from Little Kitchen, does with ease.
Just before Easter, Charlotte joined a Little Kitchen class for some cooking fun. It was so enjoyable that I decided to try Charlotte at the monthly classes.
On the last Wednesday in April, Charlotte joined Linzys class at Go Play in Echo Park, Centurion. The class is around 45 mins long and just the perfect amount of time to keep little people entertained. Recipes are designed around learning (for example: P is for Potato and they made potato volcano's) Smaller kids have mom there to help, and older kids can handle the fun themselves.
The Little Kitchen program offers a fun and creative way to prepare food that allows pre and primary school children the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of new and healthy tastes, thus setting them up for a lifetime of wellness and giving them an appetite for healthy food. The program is beneficial to all children, especially fussy eaters or children with tactile sensitivities. It is known that the most crucial time to introduce new textures and tastes is between the ages of 6 months – 5 years.
Little Kitchen uses KiddiKutter child safe knives during lessons which are safe, easy and fun to use. These are available to purchase through Little Kitchen.
All I can say is WHAT FUN!! Charlotte is only turning 2 in a week's time, but the lessons are easy to follow, fun and safe, and she had the most amazing time. Because the class is once a month, it isn't heavy on already tight pockets. I cannot wait to take Charlotte to her next class (last Wednesday of the month).
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