Getting Kids Excited About Food

By age 2, your little kitchen helper can wash down surface areas, stir food in a mixing bowl (or a pot, with your supervision), be a taste tester and more. The more involved your child is, the more likely he or she will eat the food you’re preparing.

The USDA has great kitchen activity sheets, and other cheat sheets for parents to entice their toddler into good eating.

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