We’ve been watching Secrets of Sulphur Springs, which airs on Disney Channel every Friday at 8 EST/PST.
The thrilling first 6 episodes are available on DisneyNOW, as well, but guess what? The show is available on Disney+, as well.
As Time Goes By
In this week’s episode, “As Time Goes By,” Once Griffin and Harper learn they can’t reopen the hatch to let Savannah in, they quickly go back through the portal.
The episode premieres FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 at 8:00 PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.
We had a chance to screen this week’s episode, so I can tell you it was hair-raising.
There were unexpected twists and turns, and a few revelations that will give you the answers you’ve been waiting for.
Of course, some more mysteries will be created by this turning point. You NEED to tune in!
So, we were so fortunate to finally receive our Disney goodies.
We received pizza ingredients from JON & VINNY and we were excited to cook together.
Eliana is 7 and loves being in the kitchen and learning to make recipes. Of course, everyone loves pizza, right?
Plus look at my Disney+ swag.
I am so happy I could scream!
Why Cook With Your Kids
It’s never too early (or too late) to cook with your kids, and no matter when you do it, you’ll see all the wonderful
Reason #1 – It’s fun quality time
I know, I know, it requires extra time, it can potentially be more of a mess and, therefore, more cleaning up is needed, and it can definitely test your patience.
But cooking with kids is something productive that you do together and the lessons we learn and teach are priceless.
Cooking fosters togetherness and creates a bond among siblings, too. They learn to work as a team, especially when you emphasize that everyone’s job is valuable.
Reason #2 – It brings them confidence
Cooking is one of those things where you can get a quick tangible outcome, and this can bring a boost of confidence in your little one.
They say “pride and joy” together for a reason. When kids are proud of themselves and they can see their effort made a difference, it really brings them joy.
Reason #3 – It builds skills
Cooking in itself an essential life skill that we think kids will need in the future.
However, while kids are learning to cook, they learn a bit of math, science, art… and nutrition.
A child can learn a lot of important values through cooking, such as a sense of responsibility, listening and following instructions, and the importance of keeping safe.
Cooking also helps kids develop language, motor skills, and more!
Don’t forget to tune into Secrets of Sulphur Springs, now on Disney Plus, too!
© Elayna Fernández ~ The Positive MOM
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