My kids love to play with their kitchen toys, they pretend to cook our favorite dish, looking like a real Chef. Maybe someday, they will consider taking up culinary degree courses.

Good thing I came across It is a website that helps culinary students find a school and career path to fit their needs and aspirations.

It highlights and reviews all varieties of cooking schools so you can connect to the training and guidance that allows you to confidently step into the world of the culinary arts.

Not only does it tackle culinary, but it is also a website that offers cooking games for kids, it has over 150 online games to teach kids about the wonderful world of working and interacting with food. This is very timely and useful since my kids love to play on their mobile phones. It also helps familiarize children with food, farming, cooking, the culinary arts, the restaurant business, and hospitality-related careers.

I immediately let them try playing. I also try some of the games, it’s very entertaining and enjoyable.

Below are some of our favorite games:

Sweety Cooking Chocolate Cake

Since we love baking chocolate cake, this is our most favorite game. It is a simple game that familiarizes children with the kitchen and following a recipe. It is more of a playable instructional video versus a game & is best suited for young children in first grade or below. I enjoyed playing this with my youngest kid, she is four years old.

Kawaii Memory Pixel

It is a cute memory card matching game where cards contain cute pixelated Kawaii-themed fruits. The first level starts out with only 2 pairs and the timed game gets progressively harder as you advance through the rounds. This is my eldest daughters’ favorite, it enhances her memory just like reviewing her notes in school.

Burger Maker

In this game, all you need to do is to stack the ingredients, bottom to top, as they’re shown on screen. They can make as many burgers as they can (with varying ingredients) provided that they stack all the ingredients in their proper order within the time limit. After the ingredients are stacked, they need to “serve” it to the customer by clicking on “serve now.” I personally love this game since it helps improve speed and accuracy. I actually want to make a burger now, lol.

Overall, the games feature beautiful and colorful graphics that glue the kids’ eyes to the screen. I also like that none of the games have any advertisements. Try visiting the website, play a few games yourself, then let your kids try. It’s a great bonding time with them especially now that we are still not allowed to go outside. I’m sure you will enjoy the educational and deliciously entertaining games on CulinarySchools.Org.