Are you struggling with how to get your young child to help at mealtime?

I use to be in your shoes. You are working from home and your children are surrounding you. You are focused and the kids want snacks, but you don't want to be up in the kitchen every 20-minutes. You know at the end of the day you will be exhausted and would love some help with dinner, so you ask for your child to set the table and would love it to not be a hassle.

Imagine This:

  • Your child will have the necessary tools to set the table so they don't have to disturb you or make more work for you.

  • Being able to tell your child they can make their own sandwich safely while you can finish focusing on the task at hand.

  • Learn how to meal prep for various taste buds or allergies in your home without wasting time and losing your sanity for having to prepare various meals

  • Learn how to get your child to try new foods and make it a fun experience. After these tips your child will be asking for seconds.

At the end of this course...

You will have a child that is able to set a table for nightly and any big holiday, which takes one thing off your task list, as well as, be self-sufficient at making their own Peanut Butter and Jelly (PBJ) Sandwich or meal because you have it all prepared beforehand in perfect size portions with these tricks! Last but not least, with these FUN ways to teach your kids to try new foods you will have a 90% success rate at your kids asking for seconds!


  • Shopping & Supply Lists

    Shopping and supply list where you can use almost everything you probably already have in your home with a few items you can purchase at your local dollar store.

  • Printable

    Includes a printable placement to make setting the table easier and one less task before you can all sit down as a family at mealtime.

  • Additional Trainings

    Starting with fun ways to teach your kids to try new foods!

Meet Ashley

A Mom that has been in your place...

Hi there! My name is Ashley and I have two boys ages 4 and 5 born 11 months apart. I have been in your shoes where you want to teach your child to help at mealtime but want it to be safe and helpful. So that is why I created this course. I want to help you make mealtime fun and teach your children to be more self-sufficient while being safe.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the Course

    • Welcome

  • 2

    Table Setting for Kids

    • Learn more about table manners and etiquette

    • Table Setting Tutorial

    • Placemat Table Setting

  • 3

    How to make a Peanut Butter and Jelly with Young Children

    • Tutorial on Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly with Young Children

    • Shopping List

  • 4

    Meal Prep Made Easy for your Kids Taste Buds

    • Tutorial for Easy Meal Prep for Various Taste Buds

    • Shopping List

  • 5

    Fun Ways to Teach Your Kids to Try New Foods

    • 10 Tips to Help Your Child Try New Foods

  • 6

    That's a wrap

    • That's a wrap


  • Is this for me?

    For parents who are overwhelmed and want to have their child more self-sufficient, as well, as to be able to help out at mealtime.

  • What age for children is this best for?

    Around the age of 4 and older

  • What format is this in?

    There is a mixture of video and PDF resources to be able to use

  • How long is this course?

    Under an hour's worth of content separated into bite-size videos.