Making and Using Easy Natural Dyes for Easter Eggs!

Dying Easter Eggs Becomes a "Green" Learning experience when your child makes their own dyes from household, foods, scraps and products.
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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
1. Students will learn how to use natural dyes for coloring Easter Eggs. 
2. Students will take away recipes for three homemade dyes. 
3. Students will practice some basic cooking skills. 
4. Students will learn one more way their family can "go green" and avoid using harmful chemicals in their food. 
1 lb beets - I used three large beets
Cutting Board
1 medium pot
Blender or food processor
Fine mesh strainer
Paper Towels 
a large bowl
Gloves- to keep hands stain free
3-6 Hard boiled eggs 
Class participation is the only assessment. 
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Younger learners will benefit from having an adult to supervise the activity, especially if they are not experienced with using the stove and other kitchen equipment. Students will use a stove, knives, and a food processor or blender. 


Barbara (Ms Bobbi) Wells
Lives in the United States
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Hello, welcome to my classes. I am a passionate teacher with more than forty years experience teaching  preschoolers to adults. I have taught in  home-school preschools, private preschools and public preschools. I have trained teachers as an... 
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