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Do you want to teach your child how to cook and bake? Do you wish to empower your child while spending time together? Good news! You can now bond with your child, cook and bake together, and have fun at the same time. In this unique children’s cookbook Ally (Ayelet) Nathaniel, #1 best-selling author, combines child-friendly, healthy recipes with parenting tips and fu Do you want to teach your child how to cook and bake? Do you wish to empower your child while spending time together? Good news! You can now bond with your child, cook and bake together, and have fun at the same time. In this unique children’s cookbook Ally (Ayelet) Nathaniel, #1 best-selling author, combines child-friendly, healthy recipes with parenting tips and fun food-related facts. This book will help you build a child’s confidence and develop a closer bond with your child in the kitchen.Cooking with children is a great way to nourish the parent-child connection while teaching the child essential life skills. This book will provide hours and hours of fun and recipe-related activities. Your child will learn how to cook and bake, and will widen their horizon learning about food origins, food history and other food-related knowledge.All the recipes in this book are child-friendly and easy to follow. Each recipe provides detailed step-by-step instructions that allow very young children (as well as older ones) to follow easily. Some recipes in this book are: Chocolate Balls Pizza Quesadilla Hummus Cheese Pancakes And more ˃˃˃ What do kids gain from cooking? Confidence and self-esteem ”" making their own creation from beginning to end.Feeling of accomplishment ”" I did it!Pre-reading and beginning reading skills ”" number and word recognition.Language skills ”" describing, predicting outcome, observing, and vocabulary.Early math skills ”" counting, relativity terms (bigger/smaller than, more/ less), measuring exact amount.Science skills ”" temperature, reaction, cause and effect, chemistry. Ability to follow step-by-step instructions.Food literacy ”" trying new foods; familiarity with fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients.Use of senses ”" using all their senses to distinguish differences between textures, odors, sounds, etc.Creativity ”" making a new dish and coming up with new ideas. ˃˃˃ What will kids gain from this book? Multi-sensorial learning experience:Pre-reading and beginning reading skills ”" they can see the image with the word related to it, they can hear it while saying its name.Sensorial learning experience ”" by looking, touching, tasting, and smelling ingredients they learn to use and trust their senses.Food literacy ”" origins of food; experimentation with new flavors, textures, and variety of foods.General knowledge ”" by following the ParenTips and discussing the Cool Facts with their parents, they will learn many new things. Children with issues such as dyslexia and ADD, as well as very young kids, will benefit from using this book because the information is organized in a visual way.Empowerment ”" the simple recipes and the way they are written enable to children to be independent. Independence leads to higher self-esteem and sense of empowerment. Scroll up and grab a copy today.


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Do you want to teach your child how to cook and bake? Do you wish to empower your child while spending time together? Good news! You can now bond with your child, cook and bake together, and have fun at the same time. In this unique children’s cookbook Ally (Ayelet) Nathaniel, #1 best-selling author, combines child-friendly, healthy recipes with parenting tips and fu Do you want to teach your child how to cook and bake? Do you wish to empower your child while spending time together? Good news! You can now bond with your child, cook and bake together, and have fun at the same time. In this unique children’s cookbook Ally (Ayelet) Nathaniel, #1 best-selling author, combines child-friendly, healthy recipes with parenting tips and fun food-related facts. This book will help you build a child’s confidence and develop a closer bond with your child in the kitchen.Cooking with children is a great way to nourish the parent-child connection while teaching the child essential life skills. This book will provide hours and hours of fun and recipe-related activities. Your child will learn how to cook and bake, and will widen their horizon learning about food origins, food history and other food-related knowledge.All the recipes in this book are child-friendly and easy to follow. Each recipe provides detailed step-by-step instructions that allow very young children (as well as older ones) to follow easily. Some recipes in this book are: Chocolate Balls Pizza Quesadilla Hummus Cheese Pancakes And more ˃˃˃ What do kids gain from cooking? Confidence and self-esteem ”" making their own creation from beginning to end.Feeling of accomplishment ”" I did it!Pre-reading and beginning reading skills ”" number and word recognition.Language skills ”" describing, predicting outcome, observing, and vocabulary.Early math skills ”" counting, relativity terms (bigger/smaller than, more/ less), measuring exact amount.Science skills ”" temperature, reaction, cause and effect, chemistry. Ability to follow step-by-step instructions.Food literacy ”" trying new foods; familiarity with fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients.Use of senses ”" using all their senses to distinguish differences between textures, odors, sounds, etc.Creativity ”" making a new dish and coming up with new ideas. ˃˃˃ What will kids gain from this book? Multi-sensorial learning experience:Pre-reading and beginning reading skills ”" they can see the image with the word related to it, they can hear it while saying its name.Sensorial learning experience ”" by looking, touching, tasting, and smelling ingredients they learn to use and trust their senses.Food literacy ”" origins of food; experimentation with new flavors, textures, and variety of foods.General knowledge ”" by following the ParenTips and discussing the Cool Facts with their parents, they will learn many new things. Children with issues such as dyslexia and ADD, as well as very young kids, will benefit from using this book because the information is organized in a visual way.Empowerment ”" the simple recipes and the way they are written enable to children to be independent. Independence leads to higher self-esteem and sense of empowerment. Scroll up and grab a copy today.

34 review for Children's Cookbook: My Playful Kitchen: Activity Cookbook for Kids and Parents with Healthy Recipes: Cook, Connect, Learn (Cooking with Kids) (Children's Cookbook with Easy Recipes 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Penny Minding Mom

    The kitchen is the heart of the home. Growing up my grandmother would sit in her rocking chair in the kitchen and we would chat about our days. I remember standing on a chair in her kitchen as she taught me how to make my favourite Gingersnap cookies. I want my children to have these same kind of memories of family time in our kitchen. “My Playful Kitchen – Cook, Connect, Learn” by Ally Nathaniel is a unique cookbook combines child-friendly recipes with easy to follow parenting tips and fun food The kitchen is the heart of the home. Growing up my grandmother would sit in her rocking chair in the kitchen and we would chat about our days. I remember standing on a chair in her kitchen as she taught me how to make my favourite Gingersnap cookies. I want my children to have these same kind of memories of family time in our kitchen. “My Playful Kitchen – Cook, Connect, Learn” by Ally Nathaniel is a unique cookbook combines child-friendly recipes with easy to follow parenting tips and fun food related facts and suggested activities. The goal of the cookbook is to create a bonding experience between parent and child. This cookbook delivers on it’s promise. “My Playful Kitchen – Cook, Connect, Learn” will help you create an amazing cooking experience with your little one. The book creates an opportunity for your child to become the leader. The book will take your child, step-by-step through each recipe. Even if your child is unable to read, the book will guide them through the entire cooking process through pictures. The author makes some wonderful suggestions on ways to empower your child while cooking. By letting your child take the lead you are helping to build self-confidence and feelings of accomplishment. There are so many life skills the can be learned from following even the simplest recipe. Pre-reading and beginning reading skills, Language Skills, Early math skills, Science skills, Food Literacy, Use of senses and Creativity are some of the things your child can learn. Each recipe is broken down into sections: Ingredients, Utensils, Step-By-Step, Cool Tip and ParenTips. I love the variety of recipes in this book. My children are very picky eaters and yet there are several recipes that they can’t wait to tackle. The book is broken down into three sections: Salads, Hot Dishes and Deserts. Salads: Guacamole, Chicken Salad, Egg Salad, Hummus, Tuna Salad, Tsiziki Hot Dishes: Cornbread, Egg in the Nest, Pancakes, French Toast, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Pasta Pie, Pizza Quesadillas, Breaded Tilapia, Cheese Pancakes, Chicken Cutlets Desserts: Banana-Chocolate Muffins, Pumpkin Mousse, Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cold Dog, Crunchy Chocolate Treats, Easy Cookies, Brownies, Chocolate Balls Ms. Nathaniel shares her experience cooking with her child and how she struggled not to show her child what to do or how to do it. This was comforting to know as I share those same struggles! I love how the author reminds us that it’s okay to make a mess. It’s all part of the learning process. To get the greatest impact from this book, be sure to read all the authors notes. While the recipes are intended for your child, the book is packed full of information on ways to make time in the kitchen more meaningful for you and your child. The book will help you make memories that will last a lifetime. *Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of “My Playful Kitchen – Cook, Connect, Learn” in exchange for my review. All opinions are 100% my own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anthony J.

    The cooking and sharing of food is timeless. From ancient hieroglyphics up to and throughout the Bible history shows us that food is life and the preparation and sharing of food is probably the most common human denominator. Although our foods may be different each and every culture uses food to honor, celebrate, or mourn. Until recently the preparation of food has been a form of familial and even social interaction. People lived and cooked in groups from the large common kitchens seen in tribal The cooking and sharing of food is timeless. From ancient hieroglyphics up to and throughout the Bible history shows us that food is life and the preparation and sharing of food is probably the most common human denominator. Although our foods may be different each and every culture uses food to honor, celebrate, or mourn. Until recently the preparation of food has been a form of familial and even social interaction. People lived and cooked in groups from the large common kitchens seen in tribal days to the family kitchen of the 1950s. Sadly, somewhere between working parents and hurried, outrageously busy schedules we seem to have lost that important family time in the kitchen. The art of cooking, which was once passed down from generation to generation, has somehow skipped the last couple of generations. Nowadays it is first one home starts dinner or picks up take-out. We have lost that time to connect, talk, share, laugh, learn, and work together. My Playful Kitchen is a gift, an opportunity to rediscover the importance of preparing and sharing a meal in which everyone has had a hand even and especially the littlest hand. It is an opportunity to re-kindle that tradition of passing along recipes. My Playful Kitchen is filled with traditional recipes, many with a surprising twist. For example, I thought I knew chicken salad - wrong. Ally puts a unique spin on old recipes that in a way makes them new, and the best part is anyone, even your littlest helper can do it. The instructions and amazing illustrations remove any guess work or doubt and will give your child complete confidence in the kitchen and the pride that comes along with the sense of self-sufficiency. Honestly, not only would I recommend this book for children, I highly recommend it for adults who do not know how to cook - and let's face it, there are a lot of us. My Playful Kitchen is a great gift for college students out on their own and away from mom's kitchen for the first time in their lives, for the bachelor whose nightly forays into the take-out world are costly and not always satisfying. It makes a great first-apartment or even shower gift. My Playful Kitchen, although a perfect way for parents and their young children to connect is versatile in that young adults on their own can enjoy the social connection of cooking with friends. I am the guardian of a 28 year old special needs man who until recently lived on cold cuts and take-out. I purchased this book specifically with him in mind. It has been a blessing. He has prepared many of the recipes in My Playful Kitchen and is no longer doubtful about how to measure and no longer afraid to use kitchen appliances. He looks forward to grocery shopping and for the first time in his life has make grocery lists based on the recipes in My Playful Kitchen. My Playful Kitchen is is the most fundamental and fun way of connecting with your children, but it doesn't stop there. There are many of us who can benefit from this wonderful and insightful book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Julie Barrett

    My Playful Kitchen: Activity Cookbook for Kids and Parents with Healthy Recipes: Cook, Connect, Learn Have read some of the author's other works and enjoy how she is able to get kids involved. Especially like the cooking parts as it doesn't matter if the child is female or male. This one starts out a free activity kit that you can download and also a note from the author as to what skills they will obtain. Book would not read properly on my pc nor my tablet. I had to keep increasing the size to be My Playful Kitchen: Activity Cookbook for Kids and Parents with Healthy Recipes: Cook, Connect, Learn Have read some of the author's other works and enjoy how she is able to get kids involved. Especially like the cooking parts as it doesn't matter if the child is female or male. This one starts out a free activity kit that you can download and also a note from the author as to what skills they will obtain. Book would not read properly on my pc nor my tablet. I had to keep increasing the size to be able to read it, then enlarge it to turn the page. Kind of cumbersome. Great section for just the adult. Beautiful pictures of what you will need along with what they are. Also shows diagrams of how to chop certain foods or remove seeds. Recipes are shown with picture ingredients along with the name of the item, then how to chop and prepare the food to make the dish using pictures so the child can see what to do also. Cooking tips and cool facts along the way along with parent tips! Very nutritious dishes ( ( can tell from the ingredients) but no nutritional information. My favorite to make would be cornbread. Lot of work went into this cookbook for children-reminds me of the one I helped create for our local Head Start program one year with contributions from the parents-most things had pictures so the children could help even though they couldn't read the words. Thoroughly enjoyed this book and can see the benefits for children to get in the kitchen and start helping. Recipes from dips to desserts and everything in between. Great selections!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Girouard

    This is a great book on several fronts. First, it's a good basis for selecting recipes to make with your children. The author did a great job of coming up with recipes where you and your child are working side by side - it's not YOU making the recipe and your child "helping." You help each other, you are partners in the preparation. The tools, ingredients, and steps for preparation are presented visually as well as in text. Pre- and emergent readers will be able to keep up with what is needed and This is a great book on several fronts. First, it's a good basis for selecting recipes to make with your children. The author did a great job of coming up with recipes where you and your child are working side by side - it's not YOU making the recipe and your child "helping." You help each other, you are partners in the preparation. The tools, ingredients, and steps for preparation are presented visually as well as in text. Pre- and emergent readers will be able to keep up with what is needed and what to do alongside those who are reading fluently. Second, the recipes are really good - while they are all foods that will appeal to children, the flavors and textures will appeal to all ages. I love the idea of sharing the experience of both preparing a meal and enjoying it - genuinely - with a child. Third - this is a visually beautiful book. The illustrations, while practical and instructive, are also attractive and engaging. I wouldn't be even slightly surprised to have a young child request this for a bed time "story." I received a complimentary electronic copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions expressed here are mine, alone.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Momma Kauk

    This book is totally adorable. I thought that it was perfectly suited to children. The pages were bright, colourful, and easy enough for a child to understand. Almost all the pages were using pictures to give instructions - from which utensils to use, ingredients needed and what to do each step. There was a small amount of writing under each picture and if the child was too young, a parent could help with the process. Another thing - these are recipes that actually look GOOD. My son is only 2,5 b This book is totally adorable. I thought that it was perfectly suited to children. The pages were bright, colourful, and easy enough for a child to understand. Almost all the pages were using pictures to give instructions - from which utensils to use, ingredients needed and what to do each step. There was a small amount of writing under each picture and if the child was too young, a parent could help with the process. Another thing - these are recipes that actually look GOOD. My son is only 2,5 but I can see myself using many of these with him in the future. I am most likely going to buy the print version of this just so we can mark off our favourites as we make them. I downloaded this book while it was priced at zero dollars. A review was not necessary but wanted to share with you what I though. Everything I have stated above is based on my own personal thoughts and opinion based on looking at the actual ebook.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Viola Farrens

    We really like this book because it gives us a chance to spend quality time together :) Our daughter likes that the pictures clearly show all of the utensils needed and all the steps she needs to follow, so she can do a lot of the recipe all by herself :) Lots of yummy recipes and fun facts to read together too! :)

  7. 4 out of 5

    La La

    I loved this book! All the utensils needed and each step in the simple recipes were fully illustrated. The drawings were charming and reminiscent of 1950s cookbooks. There was a "cool fact" after each recipe and "parent tips" were included. The only thing I didn't like was the font size was rather small. I loved this book! All the utensils needed and each step in the simple recipes were fully illustrated. The drawings were charming and reminiscent of 1950s cookbooks. There was a "cool fact" after each recipe and "parent tips" were included. The only thing I didn't like was the font size was rather small.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sue Carney

    I enjoyed the choice of recipes and the illustrations. The safety information was important to me. Cooking together. Introduction to new foods is enhanced by the child making something. Thank you Ms Nathaniel and Ms. Ride a for a great book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Stamper

  10. 4 out of 5

    PMF

  11. 4 out of 5

    José Ramón Luciano Santana

  12. 4 out of 5

    Patricia

  13. 5 out of 5

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  14. 4 out of 5

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  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 5 out of 5

    Vartan Balassanian

  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

    Saachi Harpalani

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kim

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

  24. 4 out of 5

    Robin

  25. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

  28. 5 out of 5

    Debee Sue

  29. 4 out of 5

    Benson Pilloff

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi Radford

  31. 4 out of 5

    FLbookgirl

  32. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Perry

  33. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

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    Carol

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