Are your kids all about "helping" you in the kitchen? Caleb
especially loves to bake, so when I heard about The Kids'
Table in Bucktown, we had to test it out. I loved the idea
that they teach kids how to cook healthy foods and Caleb just plain
loves to cook, so he was happy!
We attended a Super Foods session, where they made dark
chocolate goji berry cookies. Even the most skeptical child tried
and liked all of the ingredients, and they all ate their handiwork
just as soon as it came out of the oven.
The Kids' Table offers classes for kids from toddlers to teens
and some parent and family classes as well. They also have some
really interesting summer camp options for all ages as well.
After having such a great experience at his first class, we
signed up Caleb for a "Kids' Night Out" too. How great is this -
for $35, parents get to go out and have grown up time from 6-9
p.m., and the kids make and eat dinner, then watch a movie,
complete with oven-popped popcorn!
The Friday night we attended, Caleb made spaghetti and garlic
bread (and ate all of it), and they watching 'Finding Nemo'
afterward. When I picked him up at 9, nearly two hours past his
normal bedtime, he said he wanted to go back again for more the
next day. Yay for trustworthy, fun, educational babysitting and
As an extra bonus, The Kids' Table has agreed to offer all of
YOU a discount so your kids can try out some healthy fun, too.
Mention 'Chicago Parent Blog' when you call to register for a 'Tots
or Kids Can Cook' session (a four-class series), and you'll receive
20 percent off (that's an $18 value!). Hurry, spots fill up fast
and this offer will expire June 1, 2011!
The Kids' Table is located at 2337 W. North Avenue in
Tricia Streit Perez is partner to Dan, mom to Caleb, and founder of One Fit Mama®. She lives in Wicker Park.
See more of Tricia's stories here.
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