2. Get the Kids in the Kitchen
Kids love to pretend to play house, so why not take the game into the kitchen and have them help you prepare dinner. If you get them involved with preparing veggies for dinner, chances are they’ll want to eat them. Mashed potatoes are a great place to start because they’re kid friendly and easy to prepare.
A trip to a local farm or farmer’s market is a great outing to teach kids where food comes from and what is involved with growing the crops that we buy at the grocery store. This is especially important for urban kids who haven’t ever had a veggie garden of their own.