I’m not much of a fan of games, but I have small children and I had to keep them busy at home, this year, due to the pandemic, it wasn’t easy, but it turned out to be a lot of fun.
These two years have been very challenging, in many difficult ways, not being able to go out, walk, be with friends, so many things that we thought we would always have and for free, it was freedom that was lost.
But the pandemic also brought me some good things, like spending more time with my family, with my wife and children.
Of course, when we are together 24 hours, there are conflicts and frustrations, waves of anger, even tantrums, of course, but also very funny moments, laughter that seemed not to end with my children.
But they were very challenging times, keeping them busy was not easy, the web is so vast and the dangers for children and teenagers are real, so it was a pleasant surprise when in one of my searches I found the site culinaryschools.org/kids-games.
A site full of fun games for children and adults, in which we can let my children play without being concerned with the content and message they convey.
But I have to confess, I too, started playing on the site, Kaotic Kitchen, it is one of my favourites, my children and I ended up doing championships to see who gets the furthest, I usually lose, of course.
But of course, there are many other alternatives, Cooking and Kitchen Work, Food Education Games, Serving Eaters, Farming, and other fun food-themed games, like Arcade Classics, Fruit Snake, Airport Rush, Food Delivery Rush, Platform Games, Candy Girl Adventure, Fruit Adventure, The Greedy Chef & more, among others.
These are just some of the games you find on site culinaryschools.org/kids-games, prepare you for many hours of fun alone or even better as a family.