Learning in the Kitchen

I am not the type of person who gets star struck, but I certainly have a list of people that I hold in very high regard.  Katie, from Gift of Curiosity, is one such person.  Not only is she from the San Francisco Bay Area like me, but she has two graduate degrees in education and child development.  And the part where I get giddy is when she asked me if I would write a guest post on her blog about kids learning in the kitchen.  It is exciting to be noticed, and even better to be respected by someone with Katie’s experience and credentials.

Learning in the Kitchen - a recipe, guide and printable activity to do with kids by What's Cooking with Kids

Today, my guest post, Learning in the Kitchen, is live on her site.  I hope you’ll go take a look.  While you are there, not only will you get a delicious recipe to make with your kids, but you will also get the link to download a Produce Passport to make grocery shopping more engaging with your kids.

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2 Responses to Learning in the Kitchen

  1. Andreza says:

    That’s special! Congrats on getting noticed! I’ll go check out the guest post 🙂

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