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Cooking with Kids – Preschool and Kindergarten Community

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Cooking with kids can be such a great way to add in FUN learning to your day. Beside measuring and mixing, kids love creating. Fixing a fun snack or meal to go along with a theme or book can be a great way to make memories that will last for years to come. Here are a few fun ideas you may enjoy…


Coffee with Us 3 shares some tips for keeping kids safe in the kitchen while still keeping the fun in the mix. Cooking might take a little longer, but the experience is so worth it.


Need some fun (and creative) snack ideas for after school? Visit There’s Just One Mommy for twelve fun snack ideas.


Is your garden overflowing with zucchini? Have your kids help you make some zucchini chips thanks to Toddlers Through Preschool – it will get them cooking and help clear out some of that abundance!

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A Little Pinch of Perfect has made artwork out of snack time. Her creative Balloon Snack – too cute!!


These Monster Eye Cookies from Lil’ Luna – too cute!!


Have you been cooking and creating with your kids lately?


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  1. Thanks so much for featuring our after school snacks!

    Have a great week!

  2. Hi Jolanthe. Thanks so much for featuring our Up Up and Away snack, I appreciate it! Have a great day :)

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