“… in every child is the seed that will mature into an adult.” —The Theosophist, Maria Montessori
The thought of having a toddler or preschool-aged child help prepare breakfast can seem overwhelming or colossally messy, but it can work well when you teach children how to help themselves and give them the tools they need.
Getting kids in the kitchen and teaching them how to cook real food is so important! Start with young children and grow in the skill of difficulty. We can help the children gain independence, confidence, and self-sufficiency. I think you will agree with me. The truth is that the best way for children to learn these well and make them life-long skills is to be interested and involved in the learning experience.