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I Can Cook! Pizza
In this one-time class, students will make pizza from scratch.
In this class, students will make pizza dough from scratch, shape dough on pizza pan or baking sheet, and decorate pizza with sauce, cheese, and whatever toppings they like. We will learn important cooking skills such as measuring, mixing, and rolling out dough, and we will practice social skills and have fun along the way. Students will get the chance to engage in conversation with the teacher and other students over video chat, to ask questions about pizza and cooking, and to share their...
Students will learn basic cooking skills and get to practice social skills.
As a certified child life specialist, I teach kids every day through play and exploration. Cooking is one of my favorite hobbies and I love sharing it with others! Before this class, I have taught multiple other baking and cooking classes on Outschool and am excited to share some beginner recipes with younger learners :)
1 file available upon enrollmentA list of ingredients and supplies will be posted in the classroom far enough in advance for students to find supplies for class. If you are unable to find any of the supplies or ingredients listed, please contact the teacher to ask about substitutions.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Parents are encouraged to handle the actual baking of the pizza after the conclusion of class in order to ensure safety. Also, if kids want any toppings on their pizzas that need to be cut or chopped, parents are encouraged to either prepare the ingredients themselves before class or to supervise kids in the preparation. All aspects of measuring, mixing, and preparing the dough and topping the pizza should be safe for children to do independently with guidance from the teacher. The recipe used in this class contains allergens, including wheat and dairy. Dairy-free yogurt and gluten-free flour can be substituted 1 for 1 in the recipe. If children have other allergies or dietary restrictions, please contact the teacher prior to class for substitutions.
Meet the teacher
I am a certified child life specialist who loves helping kids learn more about the world through education that combines learning with play and exploration. I teach classes about health, child development, coping, and self-care, and life skills...
Average rating:4.3Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
2-6 learners per class