Including your kids in making dinner can teach them lessons about food and responsibility that will last a lifetime – and it can also be the most fun part of the dinner. Here are some games, crafts and activities that will have you laughing all the way to the table.
This is a fun and easy project to do around Thanksgiving, or any time. You’ll need: Apples Toothpicks Cheerios Raisins Baby
Have fun decorating cookies. All you need are some sugar cookies, icing and sprinkles! See our recipe for easy cookies.
Take your children to the supermarket and ask them to pick out a fruit or vegetable they have never seen before or never eaten at home. Inco
Set up small jars with cinnamon, lemon, toothpaste, banana, other spices in your kitchen, yogurt and/or whatever else you have on hand. Blin
Pick one person to be the leader. The Leader begins tapping a beat on the table (or clapping). The others around the table begin tapping or
Let your kids play with their food! Take the elements of a salad such as sliced red pepper, cucumbers, avocado, carrot sticks, lettuce
Ask your diners to guess the ingredients in a new dish. Throw in an offbeat spice or flavor element into a meal with a dash of cinnamon, a s
Pick one of the ingredients from your meal and put it on the counter or in the center of the table. Give everyone a piece of paper and a pen
One family member selects two or three ingredients, and someone else devises a menu around them. Sample ingredients: pasta, a vegetable and