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A tradition since 1959, My First Cookbooks are full of easy-to-make recipes that help kids learn their way in and around the kitchen.
What happens when you cover the bottom of a plate with water and place a sugar cube on the plate? After a few minutes, the sugar in the cube will vanish! Learn why in this Icy Worm Pond science experiment.
Cooking with kids is both educational and fun. Creating sweet treats and desserts together is a great way to introduce children to kitchen basics, explore new foods and even work in a little reading, math and science along the way. Here in Imperial Sugar’s Kid’s Kitchen you’ll find kid-friendly recipes, kid craft projects, fun food projects, free downloads and links to products just the right size for little hands.
Just like sand art, but even better because you can eat it! This easy and creative project brings out your inner artist. Just make your own colored sugar and layer into a variety of shaped plastic containers. Makes a great birthday party favor or rainy day activity.
You could search for an ingredient like "cornstarch", or a recipe like "soap", or a thing like "necklace". What fun stuff will you look for in the Kid’s Kitchen?
One of the easiest ways to teach children to cook is to start with easy to make recipes that they can’t wait to devour.
Cook up some fun with 100s of kid-friendly snack, dessert, breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes in Imperial Sugar’s Kid’s Recipe section.
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