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shucking corn for toddlers/kids

Last night we had corn with our dinner and instead of just shucking the corn and being done, I decided to hand it over to my 4 year old. She had a lot of fun helping and loved that she could do it all by herself. I loved that just letting her do something this simple was good for her. It helped with her hand eye coordination, helped build her little muscles and gave her a boost of confidence that she could actually do it and finish what she started.
Question~ does ur kids enjoy helping with dinner? what is their favorite thing to make?


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