Talk about cooking, how often do you involve children (who are old enough of course) to cook with you? I’m sure some of you like with the involvement of children, and some did not like for reasons of safety. It is true, if you cook it yourself, without the kids, it will be faster, cleaner, and safer.
However, as shown below, there are some valuable lessons for you and the children can be taken from the cooking together, you know. What are ya? Listen more.
1. Life Is a Challenge
Heavy and messy. Living (and cooking) do not always go as you expect, even if you’ve done everything right. But the life (and cook together) is also fun, as well as complementary. Children can learn to become more resilient, adaptable and forgiving.
When cooking together has become a routine you and your children, they will understand the meaning of working together. They will know which one to be a part he could do, and that by working together the work that you and he does will be easier and quicker finish. Continue reading