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We’ve gathered a large collection of activities for preschoolers to enjoy in the kitchen using supplies from your cupboards and pantry! Enjoy
There’s lots of activity ideas that come right from your kitchen.
Kitchen activities are my favorite. Because they’re always something I’m going to have on hand and don’t have to go out and buy just for this one activity.
And if you don’t have exactly what the activity calls for, replacements are usually pretty easy to find.
While the possibilities are endless, here’s some kitchen inspiration to get your started.
There are so many opportunities for sensory play activities in the kitchen! Here are a few we have pulled together for you. From frozen foods to edible art.
Give them and try and see where it will lead you.
Kids love it when we change up arts and crafts. Check out this collection of fun craft activities using supplies from your kitchen!
And whoever said not to play with our food had clearly never tried it. Playing with food is an excellent way to encourage preschoolers to explore new foods and get used to the smells, textures and event taste.
Fine and gross motor skills are the building blocks for a child’s development. So important for them to have as much opportunity to practice and build these skills as we can offer them.
We have gathered a collection of kitchen inspired activities for preschoolers to work on refining these skills. And using items you likely have at your finger tips.
If you like activities with simple supplies then you got to check out 25 Active Ways to Learn Indoors with Tape Post!
Science! Science can be made so simple when it comes to preschoolers. The simplest concepts have yet to be discovered. How do you make ice, and how does ice melt, for example.
Kitchen science can be a whole lot of fun and it doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult. Check these out to see what we mean.
These kitchen science activities are sure to get some smiles, wows, and probably some giggles too.
We have plenty more science experiments you can try with your kids if this turns out to be a winning category.
Share some of your favorite kitchen activities for preschoolers! How do you keep your kids busy in the kitchen? Did you try one of these activities? Tell us how it went for you.