#LifeSkillsNow

No time better than NOW to start teaching life skills!

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How Will You Use Your Time at Home?

We’re all in a weird routine and have no idea what we’re doing. How about grounding ourselves in something that will really LAST after this pandemic is over?

Your kids will eat 3 times a day for the rest of their lives. Wouldn’t it be great to look back on these times and say, “Oh yeah, that was when we learned to cook!”

I can help!

I’m Katie Kimball, and I’m the mom in that video – two of those boys are my real kids, but that’s not our real life.

In our real lives, my kids do know how to tie their shoes AND they know how to cook.

They all pitch in on chores; and I am determined to raise them to be healthy, independent, responsible adults who can contribute to society.

I’m actually a kid’s cooking teacher and have helped over 12,000 families get their kids in the kitchen, building confidence with life skills.

Because while we poke a lot of fun at #LifeSkillsNow in the videos, it’s a little serious too.

Kimball Family

Laughter First!

Here on this page, we’ve collected all of our goofy #LifeSkillsNow videos, and we hope you enjoy them. I hope you get a belly laugh, because that’s good to relieve stress.

And I hope that there’s something that you want to share with other parents, because we all need a little laugh in these times!

But first…let’s get started on solving the problem.

When to Begin? (Hint: Now!)

I don’t want your kids to feel helpless when they leave home, and I know you don’t either!

Want some help knowing where to start?

We have a full online video class that teaches kids from ages two to teenager basic cooking skills in the kitchen, and it’s real, healthy food, not crescent rolls wrapped around hot dogs.

May I give you a free gift that will help your kids build the most important building block skill that all cooks need?

Kids are Capable of More than Most Parents Expect.

Grab our free knife skills for kids lesson and be sure that your kids are equipped to eat healthy food even after they’ve grown and moved out.

Kids Cook Real Food Knife Skills Lesson

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Watch Other Hilarious #LifeSkillsNow Videos Here

College Kid Can’t Pour Own Cereal!

If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

What Happens When Dad Carries Your Backpack Too Long

If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

Time to Teach Those Kids to Swim!

If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

This is the One to Share with all 3 of the Skills Above!

If you’re laughing and/or inspired to teach your kid to pour their own milk, take action!

  1. Sign up for the knife skills video (or go HERE if you’d rather have preschool aged skills)
  2. Pass this video on to your friends!

If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

Does Your Mom Pack Your Lunch for Work???


If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

How NOT to Teach Your Kids to Cross the Street!


If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

Does Your Middle Schooler Know How to Tie His Shoes?


If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

This is the One to Share with all 3 of the Skills Above!

If you’re laughing and/or inspired to teach your kid to pour their own milk, take action!

  1. Sign up for the knife skills video (or go HERE if you’d rather have preschool aged skills)
  2. Pass this video on to your friends!


If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

Mom Helps College Kid Brush His Teeth!

If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

This is NOT How to Teach Stove Safety to Kids!

If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

Dinner Party Horror – Don’t Let This Happen to You!


If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.

This is the One to Share with all 3 of the Skills Above!

If you’re laughing and/or inspired to teach your kid to pour their own milk, take action!

  1. Sign up for the knife skills video (or go HERE if you’d rather have preschool aged skills)
  2. Pass this video on to your friends!


If you can’t see the video above, view it directly on YouTube here.