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During this lesson, students will join me in the kitchen as we discuss fun & easy tips for Cake Pops! We will learn the value of preparing all ingredients ahead of time and incorporating them in the correct order. Additionally, tips for how to ensure these come out the absolute best to impress and share with their family/friends! We will learn the importance of keeping clean areas and keeping clean hands. While I will guide the lesson, I always encourage students to ask questions along the...
Students will learn to be more confident in the kitchen, as well as thinking outside of the box when baking!
I have worked with children for over 15 years! I LOOOOOOOVE to bake and "all the small things" have always been a very strong capability of mine. I come from a long line of bakers and I love the confidence that baking can bring to young learners. Additionally, I use baking with my own children to teach attention to detail and the value of preparing ahead of time.
While there is no homework, prior preparation is required. Safety is a big concern and I prefer that all baking be conducted with adult supervision when time allows.
1 x Cake prepared (any flavor!) 1 x Store Bought Frosting (any flavor that pairs well with the prepared cake) 2 x Premium Chocolate (White or Milk Chocolate). I used Baker's brand OR 2 x Bags of Candy Melts (these often offer many colors and make them fun for kids) 1 x Package Cake Pop Sticks OR 1 x Package of Paper Straws Sprinkles, Sprinkles, Sprinkles
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
This lesson is all about fun and confidence in the kitchen. While no letter grade is given, I encourage parents to talk with the children about how well their final product turned out OR what to work on next time.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Rules encouraged with students in the kitchen: 1. ALWAYS ask an adult's permission before cooking in the kitchen. 2. Wash and Dry your hands. 3. Clean as you go. 4. Use a potholder or towel, along with both hands, to carry hot items. When unable, ask for help! 5. Ask before you lick! 6. Listen, Listen, Listen. 7. Make sure that the oven or any other appliances are turned off before leaving the kitchen. This recipe does contain eggs and is not gluten free.
Chelsie FridleyResponsibility Coach and Home Economics Instructor
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33 completed classes
Hi!!! My name is Chelsie! I'm an outgoing, now Floridian, originally from Tennessee. I have a Masters degree in Psychology. My teaching experience began with volunteering for an organization that supports local involvement in the classroom,...