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Fun Cooking Games for Children

Updated on April 4, 2018

Fun Cooking Games for Children

Cooking games for children are ideal to improve the kids' artistic sensibility. In fact, these games create a great opportunity for learning the responsibility and organization for the kids. Today, there are many ways to enjoy this activity and learn many things at the same time.

By teaching them to participate in kitchen activities, we will be giving them a great contribution for their entire lives. As parents, the kitchen is one of the best contributions that we can provide the day to day life. Find out more about it below.

Cooking game is a great option for kids' motor skill. Kids can make hours of fun with toy kitchens.

Although the kitchen can sometimes be a bit hard, in general, it is an activity that allows the imagination to refresh. In this way, we are able to distract ourselves and acquire new knowledge through experience.

You like it or not! cooking games for children are an excellent way to share family time and encourage new ways of learning.

Many possibilities in a kitchen

The kitchen is a rewarding activity because it relates people with a fundamental aspect of life such as food. A kitchen is also a place that represents the warmth of home. And it evokes memories because it is a space full of stories and anecdotes.

Cooking games for children provide a wonderful opportunity to strengthen ties, spending quality time together. In addition, they help to develop the capacity for mutual learning.

Match learning

In the kitchen, you can even do the math. For example, when adding or subtracting the number of ingredients to achieve a specific mix among others, it becomes a good math calculation to teach your kids.

Geography learning

In turn, you can talk about geography, the places where a certain product comes from or the origin of the dish you plan to cook. Here you can include some historical tips and curiosities that will definitely permeate the little ones. This is a different way of bringing them closer to the general culture.

On the other hand, by means of cooking games, kids can know habits and a notion about the way to manipulate food. This also helps to identify the different products and their respective conservation states.

Tips to make good use of cooking games for children

1. Choose simple and appropriate recipes for the age of the children.

--Choosing a complicated recipe or long preparation can end up boring children. Recipes should use manageable ingredients that are not too delicate.

2. Let the children choose what they will cook (within the available options).

--Within a set of options that are given, the child should be able to choose what will be cooked so that their interest can be high. Being included in the process will be much better than just inviting them to receive orders.

3. Go shopping together to increase the excitement for the project and give them a realistic notion of what cooking involves.

--Shopping with children is a good exercise for their education. It will allow them to search for vegetables or in other areas it will make them know the appearance of each of them. Besides, if the child knows how to write, it can be very helpful for him to write the shopping list.

--It should be noted that by guiding the child in the kitchen, we are educating them about many aspects at the same time like colors, textures, flavors etc.


Finally, the kitchen game is an activity that teaches patience, organization and cooperation. This translates into a great contribution for the child. Developing and cooking skills will be very useful for the rest of his life.

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