Raddish Kids Is Giving Away 25,000 Educational Cooking Kits on March 19

The complimentary kit is a fun way to explore traditions and flavors from another country while isolating at home.

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Right now, staying at home and cooking is crucial as we all try to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. That means kids are out of school, too. Many are at home with their parents who are looking for activities to keep the kids busy and even help them learn something new.

Enter Raddish Kids. The culinary subscription service and cooking club for kids is giving away 25,000 free kits on Thursday, March 19th starting at 9 a.m PST. Each kit is designed to help kids explore food and cooking, while learning about new, interesting cultures without having to travel. The kits Raddish Kids will be giving away tomorrow are called Swedish Eats, and they celebrate the rich traditions and flavors of Sweden.

All of Raddish's cooking kits are geared towards kids of elementary and middle school ages. Each kit features three laminated, illustrated recipe guides. With this complimentary kit, you and your little ones can whip up tasty Swedish Meatballs, Scandinavian Smorgasbord, and Nordic Cinnamon Buns. Yum!

Raddish Kids Baking
Raddish Kids

What's more, each kit comes with a fun kid-sized cooking tool, an apron patch for the petite chefs to wear, and a fun, new learning activity to keep their curiosity alive during this time of social isolation. To make this initiative possible, Raddish only asks that families cover shipping costs for each kit, which is $4.

With this offer of 25,000 free kits, Raddish will have given away 50,000 free kits to families who are now finding themselves trying to educate and care for their kids around the clock. Raddish founder Samantha Barnes understands the impact that school closures have on families, as she is a working mom herself. She and the team at Raddish hope these free kits can be a great tool for keeping the family strong during social-distancing and keep kids engaged in the power of learning.

Whether you get a kit or not, you can visit www.raddishkids.com/suddenlyhomeschooling to find free recipes and activities that will excite kids who find their classrooms and schools shuts down for the next few weeks. Raddish also will provide recipe cookalongs on Facebook each day, too!

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