Cooking a dish or even a whole meal from scratch with grandkids offers benefits beyond just the tasty results. It imparts all sorts of important knowledge (about math, science and basic cooking techniques); it teaches them about good food; it’s a great way to bond; it fuels creativity and builds their confidence in and out of the kitchen; and it gives them lifetime values.
You don’t have to be an expert cook to share these lessons. You just need enthusiasm and encouragement — and maybe a few aprons.
From nextavenue.com 5 important lessons you can teach them about food — and life.