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    Uni Project!!! Cooking with children survey/questionnaire‏

    Fri Mar 14, 2014 7:28 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi all, i'm a Product Design student at Sheffield Hallam University and i'm currently doing a project on safety in the kitchen.

    What sort of activities do you do with your children in the kitchen? When do you do them? After school/In the holidays?

    My aim is to come up with a product/child friendly utensils, which enables children to help cook/bake in the kitchen, but for it to be safe for them at the same time.

    I have made a survey and would really appreciate it if people could fill it in. It does have a few comment boxes in it, but thats so I can get as much information as I possibly can, the more information you can give the more helpful it is to me. The survey is also completely annonymous.

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