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KitchenKids! @ NFCC Back To School - Health & Wellness Fair

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North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) invites KitchenKids! back for a 2nd year to their Annual Back to School Health and Wellness Fair.  This time our booth was donated by NFCC - where we proudly provide KitchenKids! "Eating Healthy Without Being Wealthy" demonstration programs to NFCC Pantry recipient families on a quarterly basis.

KitchenKids! will provide free Back-To-School Readiness Booklets for parents with kids ages 5-12. 

NFCC will provide new backpacks filled with school supplies to over 1,000 children in grades K-12.

KitchenKids! is a self funded non-profit entity that provides edu-tainment resources – for children ages 5-12.  Our enterprise is called KitchenKids! because it is based on the notion that throughout history and regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status or geographic location, the kitchen has served as a child’s original play and learning station.  Our mission is to grow kids into adults who think children, think frugal, think inclusion, think humanitarian and pay it forward!  

KitchenKids! is an asset to the village of elders accountable for raising the whole child.  Our eLearning website and beyond school programs offer kids an opportunity to learn and apply knowledge related to math, reading, science, history, geography, self-esteem, character, cooperation, team work and nutrition. They can play games, engage in fitness activities, learn to read, write and speak new languages and even voice their opinions regarding issues impacting the world of children.  We promote parental engagement in the learning process regardless of a parent’s level of education and our messages to parents are accessible in 52 different languages.

The creators of KitchenKids! are committed to the belief that the children of the world can develop the skills required for them to make choices regarding their personal health, emotional intelligence and relationship management that will ultimately result in inclusive, humanitarian social relationships and environments wherever life leads them.

For more information, visit KitchenKids! eLearning website https://www.kitchenkidz.weebly.com

 

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