Do your kids like to cook? Have you been wanting to teach them a few kitchen basics? Kids culinary subscription kit Raddish Kids is offering free kits to families while schools and extracurricular activities are shut down due to coronavirus concerns.
Visit the website to order a free kit, with a $4 shipping charge. The free offer was so popular after it was announced that the company increased the number they would donate from 10,000 to 25,000. You can also access free content including an at-home cooking camp program, recipes your kids can make with pantry staples plus extra activities that teach science, geography, language arts, and more.
“As a working mom, I know firsthand the impact that school closures have on families,” said Raddish Kids Founder Samantha Barnes. “We hope these free kits are a helpful resource for parents and inspire family togetherness during this period of social distancing.”
The free Raddish kit is called Swedish Eats and celebrates traditions and flavors from Sweden. While travel is restricted, kids can learn about other countries at home. Geared towards kids in elementary and middle grades, the kit features three laminated illustrated recipe guides for Swedish Meatballs, Scandinavian Smorgasbord and Nordic Cinnamon Buns. Each kit also includes a kid-size cooking tool, apron patch and fun learning activity.
“The kitchen is the perfect place to cultivate academic skills like math, science, geography, culture, reading, among other subjects outside of the traditional classroom,” said Barnes who is a former educator as well as a mother who has homeschooled her kids. Click here to order a free kit.
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