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3 Kid Friendly Kitchen Tools You Need For Your Household

>> Dec 31, 2022


A kid in the kitchen

Teaching your children to assist you in the kitchen can help teach them about food, encourage a potential hobby, and make the task of cooking for your family a little more enjoyable. While spending time with your children in the kitchen can be a great bonding opportunity, there is no denying that it can also be a bit stressful. From keeping your child away from harmful kitchen tools like sharp knives and appliances to supervising them so they don’t make a big mess, cooking with your little ones can be an exhausting task. 

Want to encourage your child to spend some time with you in the kitchen while alleviating your own stress about them doing so? Here is a list of a few kid-friendly kitchen tools to add to your capitol kitchen & bath kitchen that are sure to help. 

Step Stool 

Let your child easily see what you are doing and make it easier for them to assist by placing a small step stool in your kitchen. This will help them reach cabinets easier and without adult assistance while allowing them to clearly see what they are doing while helping in the kitchen so they don’t make a mess. Many step stools are collapsible or can be folded in half, making them easy to store in your kitchen when not in use.

Salad Spinner 

One of the best kitchen duties for your child to help with is tossing and spinning salads. This is a task that requires no sharp objects or potentially dangerous appliances, and can be done without making a mess in many cases - plus, salad spinners look and operate like a toy, so your children will have a blast helping out with this task. Plus, having a hands-on role in the creation of a healthy salad is likely to encourage your child to eat it! Plastic salad spinners can be purchased for cheap at most grocery stores or even on sites like Amazon, making them a must-have for any kitchen. 

Kid Sized Utensils 

Allow your child to easily help you whisk, mix, or brush the food they are helping you prepare by investing in some kid-sized utensils. These will be easier for children to grip and use as they are designed for smaller hands; plus, many kid-sized utensils come in safe, soft materials like silicone, eliminating the risk of injury or harm as there are no sharp edges or dangerous materials. 

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