Fall break is here for most of us in The Meadows. As parents, we are always looking for fun stuff for our kids to do when they are off from school. There are several great places to go like the museums, zoo, pools at the rec center and MAC. However, what about something different? Something affordable? I recently came across a post on Facebook (I was on for research purposes only I swear) about cooking classes for kids. It is called Kidz in The Kitchen. It is a series designed to introduce your children to healthy cooking and classes begin on Monday, October 12!
Struggles to Blessings
This program is the brainchild of Jamie Burton, a mom, substitute teacher and owner of From Sensitive to Yum. The whole idea came about 13 years ago when Jamie struggled with her children’s food sensitivities. She and her children learned to cook healthy meals together to accommodate the food sensitivities. They expanded their palates and soon introduced their friends to cooking. The idea was born. This passion combined with a background in teaching was the perfect match. Jamie says that kids are more likely to eat something different if they are involved in the cooking process.
The program is designed to introduce your kids to the wonderful world of healthy cooking. Throughout the series your kids will learn valuable lessons in the kitchen, all while learning to prep meals for the entire family. They’ll learn how to follow a recipe, prep meals and cook.
Fall Series — Affordable Life Lessons
Register for classes today. The series starts Monday, Oct. 12 at 10 am. Classes will be held each day next week at Jamie’s house. It’ll be a fun packed hour in the kitchen. Parents can stay to help your kids or just watch them learn. All ingredients are included, and you’ll get to take a meal home to cook.
Each class is just $39, and if you bring a friend, you’ll get a discount.
If you’re looking for a fun fall break activity for your kids, check out The Kidz in The Kitchen Fall Series. Email Jamie at email@example.com or call 720-277-2539 to register.