Winter KitBoxes

Winter Kit

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


Your Winter Kit Includes:

  • Cooking’s Cool in the Winter Book (3 Recipes & Story)
  • Hand-Painted Wooden Spoon in Blue
  • Blue or Silver Whisk
  • Striped Potholder in Blue/Green
  • Cooking’s Cool Classroom Lesson
  • Seasonal Recipe Cards Little Lasagnas & Tuscan Soup
  • Spotify® Playlist See Under Description
  • Shopping List For Each Recipe
  • Shopping Tote
  • Symmetrical Snowflake Blizzard Fun!
  • Blue Bandana Chef Hat

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Welcome to the world of Mrs. Sheff, a magical teacher who loves to cook with her beloved students each day! She makes her debut in Cooking’s Cool, a unique collection of books, designed to teach children that cooking is cool! Begin a journey with the children in your life using these delightful tales full of recipes sure to capture your taste buds and find joy in cooking and eating healthy!


  1. 5 out of 5


    My 10-year-old daughter and I love this kit! She was able to make an entire dinner by herself, and she loved all the fun extras that came in the kit. This would make a great holiday gift that won't end up breaking or collecting dust on a shelf somewhere. It's perfect for kids who like to cook!
  2. 5 out of 5


    Cooking’s Cool is great if you have little chefs who are interested in being involved in the kitchen. We tried out the winter kit and loved it.. I can’t wait to see what’s in the spring kit!
  3. 5 out of 5


    Review from Mommy University 4 Benefits of Using Cooking’s Cool Encourages a Love of Reading Each kit comes with a storybook that coincides with a season. It contains a cute story that gets kids excited to read AND to cook. Younger kids can have the story read to them while older kids can read the story to their parents. Inside the kit is a card that also lists other fun books to read together that coincide with the recipes. It’s a great way to encourage a love of reading! Expands Vocabulary As kids cook, they expand their vocabulary as they learn new cooking terms and phrases. Besides learning the names of new food items, kids will also learn terms like chiffonade, sauté, finely chop and more. Enhances Math Skills Cooking is well-known for being a great way to enhance math skills. Kids learn about measurement as well as basic calculations skills. Learning fractions is also a big part of understanding and following a recipe. You can take things a step further by asking your child to figure out how many tablespoons of ingredients they will need in total or guess how many carrots are needed to make one cup. Increases Life Skills Learning to cook is a necessary life skill that can be introduced beginning at a young age. As kids learn to cook, they gain independence as well as build confidence and self-esteem. Little chefs will also learn to follow directions and read instructions as well as understand the art of patience as some meals take time to create and cook. We had so much fun making Tuscan Soup and cannot wait to make more recipes from our Cooking’s Cool cooking kit. We are also looking forward to trying kits from the upcoming seasons! To learn how to purchase your own kit, visit the Cooking’s Cool website.

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