From the creators of the #1 New York Times Bestseller The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs, comes the best ever interactive workbook for kids ages 8 to 12 who want recipes, science experiments, hands-on activities, and games--all about food! Use the kitchen as your classroom, no school involved!
The best activity book to have fun with food!
TARGET CONSUMER: Kids ages 8 to 12 (and parents who want a little time tothemselves during this era of staying at home and distance learning).
What makes fizzy drinks... fizzy? Can you create beautiful art... using salt? Or prove the power of smell... with jelly beans? Plus easy, kid-tested and kid-approved recipes for smoothies, guacamole, energy bites, mug cakes, and more, Kitchen Explorers! brings the kitchen alive with fun science experiments and art projects. Puzzles, word games, coloring pages and beyond will keep kids occupied and engaged.
About the Author
America's Test Kitchen Kids is the newest brand out of America's Test Kitchen, which is well-known for its top-rated television shows with more than 4 million weekly public television viewers, bestselling cookbooks, magazines, websites, and cooking school. America's Test Kitchen Kids' mission is to build a new generation of empowered cooks, engaged eaters, and curious experimenters. Through cookbooks, picture books, board books, a subscription box program, a website, and the Mystery Recipe podcast, America's Test Kitchen Kids' kid-tested, kid-approved recipes and hands-on STEAM activities inspire families to spend quality time together in the kitchen, and a lifetime of tasty cooking.
To learn more about our kid-tested and kid-approved books, Young Chefs' Club subscription box program, website, podcast, and more, visit www.americastestkitchen.com/kids.
"America’s Test Kitchen has come to the rescue for parents -- with a fun new activity book for young chefs." -- KATU
"This book was designed for lockdown — because the ATK Kids staff made it in lockdown. For ages 8 to 12, this workbook includes very simple recipes and science experiments to spark kids’ curiosity about how cooking works. With plenty of puzzles, such as crosswords and scrambles, this is another resource that doesn’t require kids to actually be in the kitchen, but plenty of blank pages for drawing and note taking means kids can take ownership over their culinary education." -- The Washington Post