Our kids have been under so much stress this year with their routines changed, suddenly homeschooling, parents working from home, and feeling isolated from friends and family. Even though these things are out of our control, there are things we can control to help build resilience in kids during tough times to keep them healthy.
Research shows that when kids are involved with food, from the meal planning to the grocery shopping, from preparation in the kitchen to serving the family, they are more likely to try new foods and feel positive about the experience. My friend Katie has put together this practical guide which will give you three actionable steps you can implement to start moving your kids toward competence in the kitchen. Because when kids do tasks that matter and build competence, they also build confidence and self-esteem – which has brain benefits of its own.
Get the free guide here.