FREE Knife Skills Training for Kids
If you want some easy entertainment, put me in a kitchen with my kids and tell us to make dinner (or anything) together. I’m getting panicky just thinking about it.
Part of it is I’m not super confident with my cooking skills and part is that my kids are clueless about everything because I haven’t formally taught them any skills. So I end up doing everything and they just stand there, sulking and mumbling about how I’m ruining their lives.
I’m realizing that I need man up and intentionally train these people in the kitchen. Not only will it give them essential life skills, but it will give me a chance to have a Facebook-worthy cooking experience with my people.
And let’s be realistic, I’m not talking about cooking with my preschooler. Good grief. That’s too much for me. I’m talking about the people who have the maturity, desire, and potential skills to eventually make dinner for the family (ages 6-12).
If you’re in the same boat and, like me, are wondering where to start, I’ve found the solution!
Katie from KitchenStewardship.com put together an awesome FREE Knife Skills Training for Kids Video Series. Learn all you need to know to help your kids or grandkids confidently (and safely) use a kitchen knife for FREE!
The video series will teach you and your kids:
- How to hold a knife, whether it’s a big sharp chef’s knife or a dull butter knife.
- How to master the 3 safe ways to hold food and 4 techniques to cut.
- Understand how child development will impact your child’s readiness for knife skills AND how learning these skills will help them grow as a person.
- The #1 mistake that destroys your chance of enjoying your time in the kitchen with your kids – and their opportunity to learn.
- Learn how to set the whole family up for success, not mess.
- Get a tested 3-step process for teaching kids in the kitchen so that your young cooks will learn basic skills the right way, the first time.
I am excited to go through these videos with my kids, especially since it’s free! All you have to do is enter your email address and you’ll have instant access to the first video and the other two will be emailed to you. I’m thinking about watching one video a night with the kids.
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