Life Skills

Cook With Books for Little Chefs: Let's Make Mud in the Kitchen! (No Bake Treat)

In this one time class the learners will listen to a story and then will put together a no-bake treat: Mud( a chocolate pudding dessert)
Jennifer Russo, Masters in Education (M.Ed)
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Completed by 4 learners
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Class

30 minutes

per class

Meets once

4-6

year olds

1-4

learners per class

per learner

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Description

Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Dry Ingredients: 
• 1 package (3.9 oz) instant chocolate pudding
• 6 whole graham crackers
• "seeds" (chocolate chips or m&ms, can also use peanuts or sunflower seeds)
• 4 candy gummy worms (if you do not have gummy worms you can use non-edible toy insects or worms, just wash them first!) 

Wet Ingredients: 
• 2 cups cold milk (substituting with nut milk will work but you only need about 1 1/4 cups or less. If you are substituting you'll have to assist your learner to get the right consistency. The key is to add the liquid as you stir so it's not too thin) 

Supplies: 
• a medium sized mixing bowl (to make the pudding in) 
• whisk for mixing the pudding (must be a whisk for best results) 
• well marked glass measuring cup: 1 cup (for milk) 
• large plastic storage baggie (to crush graham crackers in) 
• rolling pin 
• a few regular sized spoons 
• 6 small cups, like paper dixie cup-size or 4 small custard / prep bowls (1 cup / bowl per serving) 
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
♦ Info for Grown-ups: 
• No pre-requisites however it is up to the adult to know their child's ability to follow instructions in the kitchen and to determine how much help they will need from a grown-up nearby. If you've made substitutes to the ingredients please help your learner. They will not know what I'm asking about about if you have given them a substitute ingredient. 
• Adults are responsible to check the ingredient list for allergens. You can substitute where necessary.
• For safety, an adult should be near by when children are working in the kitchen. 
• It is expected that students wash their hands before class.

Teacher

Jennifer Russo, Masters in Education (M.Ed)
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Teacher (pre-K - 8th + Spec Ed) + Wife + Mom of 3
244 total reviews
194 completed classes

About Me

     Hello! I decided that I was going to be a teacher in second grade and the rest is history. Learning is an adventure and I am excited to go on that adventure with your child as part of the Outschool community. I am professional, patient, and... 
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