About EduKitchen

Edukitchen aims to connect education to the kitchen through skills building activities – hence the name edu-kitchen. Learn more about how the kitchen can create and influence important life skills we can use in the kitchen and then in the classroom. Feel free to contact us to join our community when connecting the kitchen to the classroom.

Over 40 Years of Teaching

Teaching Life Skills in Education! 

In teaching our children to grow, we need to introduce them to essential life skills such as organization, time management, problem solving, critical thinking, and communication.

At Edukitchen we provide blogs, videos, and resources as to how the kitchen can inspire the connection we need to make between what we can develop in ourselves in the kitchen to the classroom. Join the Edukitchen community to see how we build these important life skills.


Math Resources

math bannerReinforce foundational concepts in middle schoool math and beyond.

English Resources

englsh bannerIntroduce and enhance skills in grammar and writing for middle school and beyond.

Science Resources

science bannerImprove fundamental concepts in the scientific method to help build critical thinking skills.

Test Preparation Resources

test prep bannerBuild proper test taking strategies to help with improving grades in school, or in furthering academic goals with the TOEFL, IELTS, or SATs.

About US

Our Story

With the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, I began to teach from my home, and the kitchen was the place of my makeshift classroom. From the kitchen came the idea for EduKitchen!

Edukitchen brings forth tried and tested recipes for learning through the building of life skills.

I believe the three main ingredients for success in learning are: enthusiasm, confidence, and patience.

Edukitchen sees the kitchen as the first classroom where these life skills can be built and nourished for success in the classroom, and that life long transferable skills such as organizational, time management, critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills can start in the kitchen and go into the classroom and beyond.

recipes for learning guide


Recipe for Learning Guide

It all began with this recipe for learning guide. This puts together important ways students can take charge of their learning and began to organize how they will approach handling all they have to learn in school.

This guide is available for download when you join our community of learners! Get your copy today.



Join the Community Today!

Join the EduKitchen & ETI Academy to learn more about how the kitchen is the first classroom and skills students can take from the kitchen to the classroom.

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