Apr 15, 2019
It's so important to bring our children into the kitchen, not just to teach them about cooking, but so much more. In this episode, Maria and Sheila offer their recommendations and reasons for teaching children kitchen skills from an early age.
"You have got to have a 'what the heck' attitude in the kitchen." - Julia Child
So many valuable life skills are learned in the kitchen, not just the obvious ones like cooking and cleaning. In the kitchen, our kids can learn teamwork, experimentation, following directions, measuring, and so much more!
In this episode, we dive into some valuable resources and share from our personal experiences with our own families what has been possible through early education and empowerment in the kitchen.
Resources From This Episode:
Sheila Walsh Dunton, The Mom Map Membership Program: https://www.themommap.com
Join Sheila's Mom Map Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/198250290661088/
Sally Fallon Morrell, The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children: http://nourishingtraditions.com/
Mollie Katzen, Pretend Soup: http://www.molliekatzen.com/
Pamela Druckerman, Bringing up Bébé: https://pameladruckerman.com