Dinner Time Magic (Flex): Meal Challenge 101 Ages 8-12
Learning to read a recipe is a life long skill but so is meal planning! In this class, students will be challenged to plan out a full dinner meal using 1-3 recipes from the teacher each week.
Erin Girard, M. Ed
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What makes a meal complete? What parts of a meal are your favorite to make? Favorite to eat? But most importantly, what comes first with a meal? Meal planning! In this flex cooking class, students will have opportunities to meal plan and also to work on reading a recipe, different cooking techniques, be introduced to a variety of ingredients and tools which will allow students to practice new skills and refine old skills. -Overview- Each week students will be given 1-3 recipes on Monday to...
By the end of the class, each student will be able to: -create a meal plan for four meals by analyzing what is needed for each recipe -demonstrate ability to make a variety of new recipes -identify what is in a well stocked pantry -how to select fresh ingredients such as produce and herbs -model basic knife safety
Since my twins were extremely young, they have always been in the kitchen with me cooking and creating. We learned to adapt recipes to fit our dietary needs as one of my daughters was diagnosed with severe food allergies as a toddler.
In all the Dinner Time Magic classes, students have homework. They have to try what they made! Students will also be asked to clean up their work area. Since this is a flex class, students will need to post photos and or videos of their completed shopping lists, menu plans, and recipes each week.
Students will need access to grocery store websites, recipe websites, and cookbooks. In addition, supplemental material will be used via EdPuzzle. In addition, students will need basic cooking tools and the ingredients for each recipe. Each week, the recipes and shopping lists will be posted on Monday.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
- Grocery store websites
- Recipe websites
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
By enrolling in the class, families accept full responsibility for their learner's safety which includes but not limited to kitchen materials and the ingredients. Parental guidance is requested/needed in assisting the student in the kitchen as students will be using items like a stove, oven, knives, etc. Families are responsible for student safety in the kitchen Families are responsible for making necessary changes to recipes to avoid allergens. Families need to notify Erin Girard ASAP about any potential allergies. Substitutions can be made for a majority of the recipes. Each family is responsible for knowing what ingredients their family can have. Please contact the instructor for any questions.
Erin Girard, M. Ed
Teacher, Homeschool Mama, & Life Long Learner
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
932 total reviews
669 completed classes
Erin Girard is an experienced classroom teacher with over 20 years of experience teaching and working with children in a variety of settings including public schools, classroom teaching, special education, and outdoor education. Erin holds a B.A....