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Keeping Cooking with Kids Safe
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If you want to spend more time with your kids, consider letting them help in the kitchen. Although the kitchen can be a dangerous place with all of the hot pans and pots full of boiling liquids, it also tends to fascinate small children, especially when it is full of the wonderful aromas of cooking.
Many families enjoy gathering in the kitchen, and it can be a great place to spend some quality time and help teach your children more about sharing and responsibility while they help you complete the small jobs that need to be done each day.
However, you need to take a few steps to make sure that the time your children spend in the kitchen is safe for them.
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Even adults often make messes when cooking, so don't make a big deal out of small spills and messes that children make. Try to keep it fun while cleaning up the mess and finishing your cooking. Thank your child for the help, and let them taste the results. This can be a great way to get them to try new foods. See dozens of edible kids crafts
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