Alphabet Chef - Cooking With the ABC's!
You're never too young to have fun in the kitchen! Each week, learners will create a treat based on a different letter of the ABC's. We will also learn a song, poem, or game to practice letter ID and sounds. Dietary substitutions possible. #superstar
year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
30 minutes per class
🔥 This class is in high demand! 1 of 2 classes have sold out.
**Code SLESSCOOK505 takes $5 off your first class.** In this interactive, alphabet-themed cooking class, young learners will have fun making a delicious breakfast, snack, lunch, or dessert! This is an ongoing class, but you may join/leave as needed and able. Recipe names will be posted at least 4 weeks in advance in the class description for planning purposes. Ingredient lists will be provided a week before each class to allow for ample time to gather necessary ingredients. Fancy kitchen...
-Direction following -Kitchen and cooking skills and safety -Ingredient knowledge -Fine motor skills -Measuring -Science concepts -Vocabulary -Keeping a tidy workspace -Social Interactions
Try out the recipes again with family members, or try putting your own spin on them after we try them out in class.
Ingredient list will be sent a week before the class occurs. Recipe card will be available upon completion of the class. I suggest an apron or covering, or wearing clothes that are okay to get a bit messy! WEDNESDAY SECTION: Ingredients and supplies for 9/27: Ingredients: 5 ingredients of your choice. Ideas include: Dried fruit Raisins Pretzel sticks Goldfish Cereal Teddy Grahams Mini Nilla Wafers Nuts m&ms or small candies Gummy candies Chocolate chips Mini marshmallows Supplies: Bowl Spoon Something to scoop ingredients with - measuring cups, small bowls, etc. THURSDAY SECTION: Ingredients and supplies for 10/5: 2 c Milk 1 pkg Instant Pudding Mix (chocolate, if you like that flavor) Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (i.e. Oreos) Gummy Worms 8 oz Frozen Whipped Topping, thawed Supplies: Bowl Whisk Plastic sandwich or gallon bag Spoon Small cup or bowl
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Recipes will be fairly simple and kid-friendly, but some parental guidance may still be necessary, and more for younger students. Parents should always provide supervision and guidance when an appliance or some kitchen utensils are used. It is also recommended that a clean, reachable workstation be set up for your learner, whether at a table or counter space.
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