"Masterchef Junior" is one of the toughest and inspiring competitions for kids in the field of cooking.
"Masterchef Junior" is one of the toughest and inspiring competitions for kids in the field of cooking.Facebook/Masterchef Junior

If your kid is talented, there are a lot of avenues for her or him to shine today. From cooking and dance shows to singing competitions, there is a reality show that hunts for children that excel in every field imaginable.

These shows do more than providing entertainment, they inspire and educate as well. Check out some of the shows that you can enjoy as a family below. You could even prepare your children to compete for a couple of them:

The Voice India Kids: This musical reality show allows your kids to audition and be chosen purely based on their singing talent and nothing else. If their pipes impress any of the three judges, namely, Neeti Mohan, Shaan or Shekhar Ravjiani, they will get a chance to showcase their talent for the national audience."The Voice India Kids" airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9.00 pm (IST) on &TV.

Master Chef Junior US: Pint-sized chef tries to impress Gordon Ramsay aka Mr Mean of television in the spin-off of popular cooking reality show "MasterChef Junior." This America-based cooking competition not only sees kids creating some mouth-watering dishes, but also will be seen having a few laughs and playing pranks on the show. "Master Chef Junior" currently airs on Star World and Star World HD in India.

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs: This renowned Indian singing competition introduced India to phenomenal singers like Shreya Ghoshal, Raja Hasan and Jasraj Jayant Joshi. With this spin-off show, audience will get to see amazing singers whose journey to greatness they will get to watch and appreciate. Season 5 of "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Li'l Champs" reportedly opened with record-breaking ratings and is aired on Zee TV.

Project Runway Junior: This talent show for young up and coming designers is a spin-off to the popular "Project Runway" hosted by Heidi Klum. Although the contestants are a lot younger and definitely cuter, the critiques remain as strongly-worded as ever.

Super Dancer – Dance Ka Kal: This brainchild of Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty is the newest reality competition for children to hit the TV screens. It aims to find a dancing prodigy between the ages of four and 13 who has the three Ds required to be a superstar – desire, discipline and determination. "Super Dancer" currently aired on Sony TV in India.