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Cooking class

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Cooking class

It’s not difficult to find a cooking class for your preschool toddler. KidCooks in Vancouver offers cooking classes for children ages four to 18. The Young Chefs Academy, which is international, offers classes to KinderCooks from ages three to five. For parents who have dreams of raising a Bobby Flay or Nigella Lawson, they might want to get their kids into a chef’s apron while they’re still in diapers.

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