Create and Eat! Food Art Class (One-time)
In this fun class we will learn a bit about the ocean and fish then create a piece of art using food. We get to eat our projects at the end of class!
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In this fun class we will create a work of art using food while learning a couple of interesting facts about fish and the ocean. At the end of the class, students will get to use their creativity to create an ocean scene using graham crackers as their canvas, icing, and Gold Fish crackers. Of course, we will enjoy our creation at the end. Yum!
Students will be able to recount 2 things they've learned about the ocean and fish. Students will have the opportunity to use their creativity to explore using food as art.
I've taught this class as part of science curriculum, art, and after-school activities. It's always been a hit!
Eat your project!
Supplies required: Graham crackers White icing Blue or green food coloring (Orange/yellow food coloring if student desires to incorporate the sun in the work.) Gold Fish Crackers Various colored sprinkles (optional) Plastic knife or craft stick to mix and spread the icing.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There is a supply list mentioned below that parents should have gathered prior to the start of class. This is an easy to prepare (purchasing simple supplies) and easy to follow class. Students should not have food next to them during the lesson part of the class. We want to have some left for when we create! :)
Donna Penna Worrell
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
87 total reviews
147 completed classes
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