Warning: This is a picture heavy post! The little gem pictured above was a find at Target’s (infamous) dollar bin. It has some great recipes and Mr. T loves it!
This is our set up for making mini frittatas. I get Mr. T’s activity table, our messy activity table cloth, and all our supplies for this delightful recipe. We had our muffin tin and oven mitts ready to go. Mr. T’s adorable oven mitts came from Montessori Services Small Hands, which we LOVE!!! Our eggs, whisk, cream, salt, cheese, and salsa were in small containers easy for Mr. T to hold and to pour from. And our piggy timer. Every kitchen needs a Piggy Timer. Seriously.
Mr. T always gets so excited when we cook. He considers it a great treat, but has some difficulty waiting on things to bake or set or what have you. But he’s 23 months old so we’ll excuse him for that 🙂
This boy LOVES to pour and he’s really good at it, too!
Oven mitts at the ready. I helped him get the pan into the oven, but he is so excited to help with that part now that he has his own oven mitts!
The Piggy Timer in action!
We are linked up here:
k balman says
Adorable. Hey we have a piggy timer too. I want to get the kids some kid friendly cooking stuff and some tools someday!
Deb Chitwood says
I LOVE your cooking set up and adorable photos! Thanks so much for linking up with Montessori Monday. I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and added your link to my Montessori-Inspired Food Preparation for Preschoolers post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/11/08/montessori-inspired-food-preparation-for-preschoolers/
Lara M says
Thank you, Deb! We enjoy tons of inspiration from Living Montessori Now!