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Let's Make Lunch Together! Japanese Rice Balls for Preschool and Kindergarten

Class
Alyssa Wittrock
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(157)
Lunchtime and sensory time come together in this simple cooking lesson with a cultural flair!

Class experience

Students will practice motor skills by shaping a rice ball.
Students will be more aware of their food by making choices and incorporating them into their rice ball.
I am a proficient Japanese speaker, and I lived in Japan for many years. One of my favorite parts of living in Japan was eating Japanese food every day, and learning how to make it at home. Japan is known for cute things, as well as simple yet beautiful food. Therefore, in addition to guiding sensory play I am able to share a bit of Japanese culture with learners.

I encourage personal expression from students. That is why I let them choose their own ingredients. I also teach with upbeat energy, which makes the lesson fun for kids!
Bowl with cold water
Plastic wrap - optional

cooked rice
your preferred ingredients, chopped finely. Examples include fish, minced meat, egg, seaweed, sesame seeds, pickled ginger, or minced vegetables.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
-Please have cooked rice available before the lesson. Rinse the rice before cooking it to make the rice more sticky.
-Students will be picking up rice with their hands, so please make sure the rice is cooled down!
-Parents may need to prepare their child's preferred ingredients ahead of time (i.e. chop vegetables, open a can of tuna)
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(157)
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**At this time I am unable to teach long-term courses. However, I do offer flex classes for hiragana and katakana, and if you are interested in learning kanji I can create a kanji flex course. I am also able to teach any of the food classes upon... 
Group Class

$7

per class
Meets once
20 min

Completed by 99 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 3-6
3-6 learners per class

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