Books are our go to for learning about new things. We use Kids in the Kitchen: Simple Recipes that Build Independence and Confidence the Montessori Way as a way to help our kids in the kitchen. Here is the kitchen book review for that wonderful book!
Kids In The Kitchen Book Review
Just this week we had a lot of fun with the kids in the kitchen. It got me thinking about how my kids got to be so comfortable in the kitchen. From putting on their aprons to cleaning the dishes, they love everything to do with being in the kitchen. I thought you might like a little more information on this wonderful book.
Kids in the Kitchen is written by two moms for their kids. It is so practical and easy to read. The pictures are bright and inviting.
The moms that wrote this book are wonderful. They have experience with the Montessori method and write from a mother’s perspective. It is so comforting to have a book that make so much sense to a mom like me!
The book is intended for 18 month old to 9 years old. Your toddler can work through this books since the recipes are made to read just by pictures! For my emergent readers, this is a great book! They love to “read” while using the pictures as ques.
I love the pictures. The pictures are taken in a sterile kitchen without distractions to help the kids focus on the task at hand. Their are recipes for making bread, fruit salad, muffins and so many more!
Your kids will love it. I hope you add it to your cook book collection today!
Welcome to the Party In the Kids’ Kitchen!
Welcome back to the February 12-15 Edition of the Linky Party in the Kids’ Kitchen!
I co-host this party every Thursday with Jennifer from In The Kids’ Kitchen and Vanessa from Mama’s Happy Hive. Every week we will invite an assortment of family-and-food bloggers to share their top posts so that you can quickly find some great ideas for your foodie family!
This week we have three great featured posts – everything you need for meal planning with the crockpost and freezer meals. We do love keeping the family going!
One Whole Month of Freezer Meals – No Repeats from The Super Mommy Club
30 Days of the Best Crock Pot Recipes from It Is A Keeper!
A Busy Mom’s Guide to Meal Planning from Written Reality
Please make sure to follow our wonderful Kids in the Kitchen Pinterest boards from each of the hosts.
Follow Jennifer Tammy’s board In the Kids Kitchen on Pinterest.
Follow Marie @ Child Led Life’s board Kids in the Kitchen on Pinterest.
Follow Vanessa @ Mama’s Happy Hive Blog’s board Healthy Food for Kids on Pinterest.
This Linky Party starts every Thursday at noon EST and stays open until midnight EST on Sunday. You can look forward to finding:
- Healthy Substitutions
- Kitchen and Pantry Ideas/Hacks
- Kids in the Kitchen
- Menu Plans
- Cookbook Reviews
- Food-inspired Play or Learning
- Books about Food
- Foodie Travel
Information for Bloggers Adding Links.
I need to start cooking more with my kids!
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