Montessori at Home Practical Life Skills in the Kitchen
Here is a short list of some tasks that kids can help with in the kitchen.
But it isn’t all here!
If you like the free blank chore chart printable at the end of this post, then you will love our entire set of blank chore charts!
And as a bonus, I am including the chore charts with the full list of chores that kids can do in the kitchen.
Be sure to check it out below! It is the first one on the list of resources:
- Wash hands with water and soap
- Take meal items out of refrigerator
- Take the trash out
- Set the table
- Wipe kitchen cabinet doors
- Prepare a simple meal
- Put meal items back into the refrigerator
- Pour drinks into cups
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