Kids are back in school, fall is in the air, and the autumn harvest is in full swing. Now it’s time for your kids to hit the books … in the kitchen! I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that reading with your young children helps build language skills. And you’ve probably gathered that I’m a proponent of letting kids have fun in the kitchen from a young age. Now here’s your chance to combine the two in a fun new monthly blog event, Kids Cook Book Soup!
How it Works: Each month, we’ll pick a theme. Your assignment is to choose a story that relates to the theme — any book, not necessarily a cook book, or even a magazine or newspaper article — and prepare a recipe inspired by that story. You’ll send me a link to your post &/or picture (no blog needed to participate), a note about the story chosen and recipe, and we’ll post the round-up right here, on the 3rd Tuesday of the month.
The theme for the first round-up is: Apples! Send your stories to me by Sunday, October 18, and the round-up will be posted that Tuesday, the 20th. Stay tuned for more details, but plans are in the works to offer a prize of some sort, to a randomly-selected participant.
How to Participate: While you don’t have to have a blog to participate, if you do, please include a link in your blog post to this post. You can use the logo if you’d like, it’s not required. Send your link &/or photo, along with your name (or name you want printed), kid’s age(s), blog name and location to me at foodietots at gmail.com. Most importantly, have fun!
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