Cooking is fascinating to children. They love the process of adding, stirring and blending ingredients together in order to see something unique develop -- something special they have created.
Kids Culinary Arts has the Recipe for Healthy Kids:
1) Take any group of children
Add Nourishing Ingredients
3) Teach them how to Cook
Cooking, an essential life skill a generation ago worthy dedicated classroom time,
is becoming a lost art or worse – a spectator sport!
Kids Culinary Arts gives students the hands-on classroom experience needed to learn how important healthy eating and cooking is for their lifelong well-being.
Providing healthy eating and cooking educational programs for kids is a great way to interest them in nourishing foods and to build a foundation for healthy eating. Kids, parents and educators love our engaging, hands-on approach!!!
Most kids want to learn how to cook. Combine a child's enthusiasm for cooking with our creative healthy eating lessons and you get a winning recipe kids who will eat -- and enjoy -- healthy foods! Most importantly, our unique approach allows us to take meaningful steps in helping children develop good health habits which provide a great foundation for academic success and lifelong well-being.
Register your kids for one of our great programs:
We offer a
variety of engaging, active, FUN hands-on cooking experiences for children who can develop a
nourishing food and enduring life skills. (Often the kids might
not even care about how nutrient-rich the foods they are preparing are
because they are just having a good time being in the kitchen cooking. Rest assured, the kids are learning!)
with pride, the young chefs
often bring a sample of their culinary creations home to share with the
family -- if they haven't eaten everything in class!
Please email questions about any Kids Culinary Arts programs to
Kids Culinary Arts students celebrating September as Childhood Obesity Awareness Month in NH with a trip to meet former NH Governor John Lynch along with
Cathy Duchesne Founder of Kids Culinary Arts.
At Duchesne’s request, Governor Lynch declared
September Childhood Obesity Awareness month
in New Hampshire.