Worried they’ll hurt themselves or make a mess? Don’t!
Start small. Let your kids mash potatoes or use the garlic press to peel a clove.
Manage the inevitable mess. Contain your used tools in a measuring cup or jar that’s easily transferable to the sink.
Avoid kitchen boo-boos. Use knives with a blunt tip and nonslip grip. Use drink stirrers instead of sharp skewers.
Create traditions. Explore different cultures. Tell stories about the foods you loved or made when you were a kid. Ask your kids to write down a family recipe, name it something fun, and keep it in the kitchen or a special cook book.
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