Teach Preschoolers Real Kitchen Skills

Your time “at home” is an opportunity to connect in the kitchen with your little ones…

Watch the video for an example of the power of breaking down skills and using the right language.

Now join us for a mini preschool course to build basic skills. Soon they’ll be able to do real kitchen work alongside you!

Regularly $25, At-Home Special Only $14!


Little kids are messy.

They’re slow.

They ask too many questions.

But we’ll mourn their cuteness when they grow older, won’t we?

Mamas, let’s talk.

I know sometimes it’s hard to let your 2, 3, or 4-year-olds in the kitchen when they ask to help.

It’s faster and easier just to do it yourself!

Other Parents are Jealous…

But if you have a child under 5 who is still asking to help, let me tell you who envies your position: The moms of 8-year-olds who don’t want to help anymore, even though they could really contribute now!

Research shows that when we tell kids, “Mom will do it,” and shoo them out of the kitchen, we’re training their brain to think, “The kitchen is no place for me.”

But if we can capture the intrinsic motivation of the early years, they’ll continue to be motivated and see chores as a privilege, not a burden!

NOW is the time to build cooking skills for your little ones, both to lay a foundation for later when they can actually make breakfast or dinner for you, AND for the present.

Let me show you the potential of little children and how they can actually contribute to the family when it comes to preparing food, and get ready to enjoy their pride and smiles when they realize they can “do it by myself!”

Little Kids with Big Confidencefacebook testimonial

My 5-year-old son wanted a PB&J for lunch today. I was about to (reluctantly) stop what I was working on to make it for him when I remembered what he learned in Kids Cook Real Food and said, “Actually, you can make it yourself, because it’s all spreading and you learned spreading in your class.” He was delighted with that idea, I got out the materials, and he went to work.

Thanks for empowering my son!

Lucy learned to cracks eggs “like a boss” with the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse.
4 year old cracking eggs


  • 4 engaging videos to help you start teaching your preschoolers to cook
  • Easily skimmable PDF lessons plans for each skill.
  • Printable flashcards to help you remember the memory phrases your preschooler will learn.
  • Access never expires.
  • Connect with your kids, avoid pointless messes, and teach your little one vital skills that will last a lifetime.
  • Appropriate for ages 2 to 6.


#1: Careful Carrying & Hospitality Lesson

Time to get those little ones in the kitchen with this quick lesson that will make a huge difference!

  • We break down careful carrying into 4 simple steps that will enable even our smallest children to offer authentic help serving and cleaning up after meals.
  • You’ll feel confident that your dishes will be safe and will feel great about letting them help out!

#2 and #3: Measuring 101 for Young Children

  • Help the smallest kids know the difference between a teaspoon and a tablespoon – and how to measure accurately every time
  • Seeing other kids on video working will inspire yours to WANT to practice their skills. Get the help you need to protect the pleasant family dinners you want.
  • Download printable flash cards so you can remember all the kid-friendly vocabulary.


#4: Pouring Skills

  • The kids will have a blast practicing these skills, and you’ll love that they are perfecting their fine motor skills and learning some foundational basics for a life of healthy cooking
  • Parents say their kids BEG to practice their pouring skills and keep focus for up to an hour at a time!
  • If “the mess” holds you back from getting your little ones in the kitchen, this course will change your mind.

Even preschoolers


in the kitchen!

“My 3.5 yo has taught all the kids at preschool “thumbs on top”. She keeps asking when she can visit your house.”

“I have been searching out ways to incorporate my young kids into the kitchen, and your friendly guidance is just what I needed! Thank you!”