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Engage your child in the kitchen

Greshma Momaya
3 to 7 years

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Engage your child in the kitchen

The process of preparing and eating healthy food is a regular and essential part of life. Involving your child in this process will help them understand and appreciate the value of healthy eating, and help them develop it as a lifelong habit. Our Proparent blogger Greshma Momaya shares the value of engaging your child with you in the kitchen, and how it can benefit your child’s intellectual and physical development. Greshma tells us about- • How involving your child in the kitchen can help them understand and like healthy food • Helping your fussy eater develop a healthy attitude towards food • Having your baby observe you safely while you’re cooking • How the cooking process helps your older child develop key maths, science and language skills • Easy ways to involve your child in the cooking process– useful tips for involving babies from 0-18 months, and toddlers from 18 months – 3 years Read on for more on how to engage your child with you in the kitchen…


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Farida Bharmal

| Jul 29, 2017

Hello Such a beautiful blog , infact I would like you put in that you could get some fenugreek ( methi ) seeds , plant it , as it grows ,watch the excitement the child shows , harvest , wash , cut , cook and eat. It's a marvelous journey which you have with the child because they really enjoy the process and the end result is a memory which stays in their mind for a long long time.

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Sejal

| Jul 29, 2017

Waiting for your next blog... my daughter is 4+... As this itself is pretty interesting....

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Mrs Shelat

| Jul 28, 2017

Sorry to tell you you right my daughter also found to do kitchen activities, n some time i m allowing to do n sometime not. But at dis age they eager to do n we should make them busy in this small kitchen activities

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Binita Jain

| Jul 28, 2017

I agree. my daughter is 3 yr old. she fills bottles everyday. helps me in cleaning methi. cut bhindi and beans. and sometimes make chappaty. but all if she in a mood to do

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Mrs Shelat

| Jul 28, 2017

Please give some activities idea which 3+ children can do by their own, coz in dis busy schedule parents are not giving time to kid to play and kid getting bored n doing mischief which we can not control n at last they will cry coz of our anger.

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Rikil Pandya

| Jul 28, 2017

waiting for yr next blog, as my child is 5+.

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Minal Gardi

| Jul 28, 2017

thanks greshma... it was worth reading.. let me try these tricks with my 3 year old son and will comment.

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Deepti

| Jul 28, 2017

waiting for nxt blog as my kid is 5 yr

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Aarti Kalia

| Jul 28, 2017

Hi Greshma, your blog was worth sharing.. waiting for your next blog for 5+ kids.. thanks

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Canisha Kapoor

| Jul 27, 2017

This is also the sure shot way of getting your fussy eater interested in food and start eating healthy food rather than going for junk food. Thank you Greshma for sharing your views on the topic.

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