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Children's kitchen

Children's kitchen



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The Fekekalja blog tried to put together some little tricks and ideas to make our kitchen child-friendly, helping them to become more self-conscious.

Children's kitchen

It is important that the child has access to everything he / she is using (and can use) and all that is dangerous is unpredictable. With so much to do afterwards, we will be amazed at how many things they can use correctly if we show them how. But make sure that the oven is high or double-doored and that the gas stove is not very open. Make sure you have the right height, if you want to help. Either a stable chair that you can bring to the kitchen counter (but one that doesn't wobble, doesn't swing, doesn't fall off), or a low table or counter, where he can work.
Your umbrella, glass, cutlery should be within easy reach of you in the lower part of the kitchen cupboard so that you can make your own and pack your dishes. You can help the area with cutlery drawn on a cardboard, making it easier to see what's missing and where to put it.
In the refrigerator, you should have a teaspoon and a snack on a low shelf that you can put in a hermetic box for pre-cooked greens-fruits-butter-butter bread. So if you get hungry, you can self-serve.
Be it a napkin or a paper towel in a place within its reach.
Let the a kitchen tool for children, small wooden spatula, whisk, bait, rolling pin, so you can operate more easily.
For more ideas and practical tips, check out the Fekszekalja blog post!
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