If you’ve ever tried to involve your child in cooking a meal, you know that it takes a lot of patience.
But cooking with — not just for — your kids can yield benefits far beyond nutritional ones.
To find out more, check out this article from parenting blog Activity Hero.
According to Columbia University’s National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, kids who spend time preparing and eating dinners with their three times a week on average are “less likely” to fall prey in drug addiction.
A child who finds time to regularly bond during family dinner is 50 percent less likely to smoke tobacco or marijuana and 35 percent less likely to drink alcoholic beverages.
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