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Cookies and Milk Book Club

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Join the Cookies and Milk Book Club where we stirs up some warm cookies and dive into Hannah Saves the World series.
Ksandra Mobley/MS in Educational Psychology
Average rating: 4.8Number of reviews: (54)
year old learners
learners per class


Charged upfront
$13 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
60 minutes per class

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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Students will gain a deeper understanding of the elements of a story (characters, settings, conflict, solution, plot and moral) and discussing books while learning how to bake cookies.
My goal is to encourage lifelong skills.  While I do not claim to be a baker, I do know cookies and reading go well together.  
Students maybe required to continue reading the story throughout the week.
Common cookie ingredients: Sugar Butter Eggs Flour Baking Soda Vanilla Brown Sugar Cake Mix Measuring Spoons Large Bowl Exact cookie ingredients will be posted prior to class time.
 Student's book report, class participation and discuss will used as an informal evaluation.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please be aware cookie ingredients may not meet everyone's dietary restrictions.  Some ingredients may contain allergens such as nuts, wheat, dairy, eggs or soy.  You are welcome to adjust and share recipes with substitutions or alternative ingredients during class time.  Also, students will be exposed to potential hazards including but not limited to stoves, ovens, knives, mixer blades or blenders while cooking.  Therefore, student will not be allowed to participate in the baking portion of the class without an adult present.  Student without an adult can watch the baking segment and participate in the book club reading and discussion.

Cookie recipe book 

Meet the teacher

Ksandra Mobley/MS in Educational Psychology
Average rating: 4.8Number of reviews: (54)
Learning never stops...
    My ambition is to nurture students' desire for learning.  Learning is a natural lifetime process that should never be stagnated.  I began my teaching career in Early Childhood Education and continue into third and... 
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