Our classes will help young children discover and explore culinary creativity while developing cooking skills. 

Children are introduced to: 

  • Kitchen safety

  • Proper food handling

  • Food preparation

  • Etiquette & manners

  • Cooking & baking techniques

  • Table setting

  • Presentation

  • Math, science, & history

  • Basic cognitive subject matters

  • And so much more!


To teach kids the importance of good nutrition and healthy eating habits. Empower kids to make wise food choices that will last them a lifetime.


Nutritional Goals for

KIDZ 4 Fitness KIDS

#1 - Eat Fruits, Vegetables and Whole Grains Every Day 


You need to eat grains every day because they supply most of the energy your body uses. When we breathe, think, heal and grow, we are “spending” energy. Whole grains are “superior” to refined grains because they have more fiber, vitamins, minerals and healthy phytochemicals (or plant chemicals). Fruits and vegetables give us many vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fiber and phytochemicals. The nutrients from fruits and vegetables keep our skin, eyes and hair healthy. Aim for at least five fruits and vegetables every day.



#2 - Always Eat Breakfast


Everyone needs to eat breakfast every day! It keeps your mind sharp and fuels your body. Kids who eat breakfast every day do better in school and are able to maintain a healthy weight. Try to include a variety of foods. Traditional choices include eggs, whole grain toast, English muffins or bagels, cold or hot cereals with milk, or yogurt with fruit. Did you oversleep? Take some yogurt, a whole grain cereal bar or a peanut butter sandwich to-go.



#3 - Watch out for WHOA Foods


 “Go” (whole grains, fruits, vegetables, lean meats, beans, tofu, and low fat dairy products) foods are the lowest in fat and added sugars; these can be eaten every day. “Slow” (refined grains, 100% juice, baked fries.) foods are higher in fat and added sugars than “Go” foods, but still lower than “WHOA” foods. You can eat “Slow” foods several times a week. “WHOA” (regular soda, fried foods, high-fat meats, whole milk, ice cream.) foods are the highest in added sugars and fats, and should be limited for rare occasions.