Last month, I had seen a post about cooking classes for kids at Kitchen Stewardship and signed up for updates. After Thanksgiving, the registration opened up and I signed up!
So far, it has been so fun! The first lesson included making/buttering toast, cutting fruit, and making ants on a log. It is suggested to do one class a week, and we started at the beginner level. There are three levels. We did the first few classes over a few days and have done knife skills, measuring dry and fats, and peeling! Anytime I need help in the kitchen, I try to have the kids practice what they’ve learned.
Katie Kimball, the creator is a former teacher and mom of 4 kids and you can tell. The class consists of online videos with adult videos and kid instructional videos and printable guides. She also includes shopping lists, pre-skills, a curriculum map, extra resources and supply lists. Everything you need is available. As a teacher myself, I appreciate all of the organization, and Katie has truly thought of everything that could happen when teaching kids and everything that parents could need to successfully teach them. The videos are professional and I am very pleased with the lessons that we have done so far! I’m excited to get to the next levels where they follow a recipe! Right now, registration is not currently available, but you can sign up here to get an email for when it is available.
One Level $29.95
3 Levels $59.95
All levels/lifetime access $94.95
Our house is a little crazy, especially at dinner time! Having the extra helpers in the kitchen is a great help – AND teaches them valuable skills that they’ll need for later!
The Kitchen Stewardship Website is awesome. You’ll want to check it out! Great ideas for school lunches, healthy meals, ideas for school parties without sugar, and more.
This is not a sponsored post – all opinions are my own. I did not receive any products in return for a review!