Cooking around the Calendar with Kids: Holiday and Seasonal Food and Fun

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Helps children celebrate the changing seasons with seasonal food and fun activities. Tucked into this cookbook are bits of history and culture, great field trip ideas, and family gift suggestions that can keep kids cooking all year long. Involving children in food preparation activities not only helps children learn to cook but provides them with many other hands=on learning experiences. It can even trigger meaningful traditions for holidays, events, and special or everyday ...
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Overview

Helps children celebrate the changing seasons with seasonal food and fun activities. Tucked into this cookbook are bits of history and culture, great field trip ideas, and family gift suggestions that can keep kids cooking all year long. Involving children in food preparation activities not only helps children learn to cook but provides them with many other hands=on learning experiences. It can even trigger meaningful traditions for holidays, events, and special or everyday occasions.
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This thoroughly practical and enormously helpful book for mothers who want to include their children in food preparation is based on the calendar and features ideas for holidays and seasonal foods. The directions include the food preparation activities in each recipe most suitable for children helping in the kitchen. 2001, Snaptail Press, $16.95. Ages Adult. Reviewer: C. Henebry SOURCE: Parent Council, September 2001 (Vol. 9, No. 1)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780930643140
  • Publisher: Images Unlimited
  • Publication date: 2/28/2002
  • Pages: 121
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2003

    "So Much More Than A Cookbook"

    ¿So Much More Than A Cookbook¿, a statement on the back cover of ¿Cooking Around the Calendar With Kids¿, is an accurate description of this delightful source book. The introduction explains the reasons for our food choices including weather, holidays, location, harvest times, and family traditions. The author uses the simple means of cooking to incorporate a variety of important skills for children. These skills range from leaning about healthy eating, kitchen safety, sports nutrition and the changing seasons to spending quality time with family members (including dad!). Children are taught to give of themselves (while also raising self esteem) by making simple holiday food gifts such as honey butter, spice mix, soup mix, or chocolate chip cookies in a jar. Each page is `jam packed¿ with simple, healthy recipes and wonderful ideas. This book is a valuable resource for anyone in contact with young children whether a child care provider, parent, grandparent or next door neighbor.

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