I will start off by saying that my kids are not huge into fruit, so when we received the new End of The Rainbow Fruit Salad book, I couldn’t wait to show my girls. In receiving this
healthy eating book I hoped my girls would at least start trying different fruits. I even got Leah to decided on 3 new fruits she would give a try.
This book is super cute and introduces 9 different fruits that can be added to make a fruit salad. I really liked that my girls both wanted to sit down and read it together. Leah pointed out the numbers, fruits and different colors so that Charlotte would be able to understand. .
I also really liked that it has a big girl showing her baby brother the different fun fruits! Leah and Charlotte can completely relate to that.
The Kitchen Club Kids is a great way to introduce Healthy Eating to picky or non-picky kids. There are 2 other books coming out called Garden Safari: Vegetable Soup and Feed Your Senses: Homemade Bread, which I think will also be really great! Each story from the Kitchen Club Kids series introduces basic counting, colors, food recognition etc. The fun part is it also has a recipe to try out later!
“Experts say one of the best ways to help children develop problem-solving skills is to cook together. As parents ourselves, we’ve experienced many great teaching
opportunities in the kitchen with our little ones. It’s from this love of food, fun and sharing that Kitchen Club Kids was created. We believe that our stories foster learning interactions and an appreciation for the foods we eat. Focusing on basic counting, colors, food recognition and critical thinking, you can experience the lessons of the kitchen in any room of your home.
Kitchen Club Kids cooking adventure books are also a great gift for expecting moms and foodie friends with young kids. The colorful illustrations and layered learning opportunities on each page will keep your child’s interest from beginning to end. And, because “sharing” is one of our core values, we encourage you to share Kitchen Club Kids with your friends and family, too.” ( Kitchen Club Kids website)Plus, each story introduces a real recipe that can be prepared in the kitchen by cooks of any caliber. So, whether you’re reading with your child before mealtime or before bedtime, Kitchen Club Kids turns story time into a culinary, learning adventure.
Please visit www.kitchenclubkids.com to purchase your own copy and to learn more!
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