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Private Party Cookiecraft Gamer Cookies: Design Minecraft Inspired M&M Cookies

PRIVATE PARTY BOOKING! These Minecraft Inspired gamer cookies are a ‘hole’ lot of fun! In this 75-minute, one-time cooking & baking class, your child and 5+ friends will make, design, and decorate CookieCraft Gamer Sugar Cookies!
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75 minutes

per class

Meets once

5-14

year olds

1

learner per class

per learner

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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Class Experience

TO HAVE FUN!!!!! Kids love the creative element of shaping and decorating their Minecraft Gamer cookies with their friends. After baking, they will want to show off their Minecraft Gamers.
I homeschool my children, ages eight and five, utilizing a hybrid combination of formal learning and unschooling. I enjoy organizing fun, hands-on activities they can do virtually with their friends. I have spent countless hours cooking & baking with my two children while homeschooling them. My kids' and students’ interests are what give me my class ideas! My students kept asking for this class, and I’m so happy to share it with them finally!My favorite pastime is cooking & baking, and I love to teach cooking to young learners! Whenever I teach students cooking & baking, I enjoy seeing their sense of accomplishment when they create dishes with their own hands. 

My son had severe food allergies as a young child, so I also have personal experience adjusting recipes for gluten-free, dairy-free, plant-based, and vegan preferences, too. I welcome GF and vegan learners into my class!

I have experience teaching my son, who requires unique adaptations to how new information is presented and taught. I am happy to help a neurodiverse and differently-abled learner get the most out of my class, too. We’re ND-friendly!

I have been a teacher for more than 15 years, teaching life skills and personal development strategies to youths. I have also taught cooking & baking classes to teens in a volunteer outreach program. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Business and a minor in Education. I also possess a TEFL teaching certification for specialized Cooperative Learning Approaches and Introduction of New Skills to Young Learners.
I would love for the party to post a picture of their finished Minecraft Gamer cookies with their feedback after cooking & baking is complete, so other students can benefit from their creative ideas!
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I use lots of M&Ms, chocolate chips, sprinkles, and food coloring in my cookie baking tutorial. You can use ANY decorations you have on hand! Students should have all the ingredients, softened butter, cooking utensils, and recipe ready before the cooking & baking class begins so that students are not searching for them during cooking instruction. Recipe instructions will be available as an attachment. Feel free to substitute as needed when the exact ingredients or materials are unavailable, undesired or if any allergies exist. Ingredients to make about 18-20 cookies: Decorations: lots of M&Ms, chocolate chips, sprinkles, and food coloring are recommended (optional) 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 1 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 1 stick butter, softened 3/4 cup white sugar 1/2 egg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 or 3 cookie sheets, lightly greased or lined 2 mixing bowls Measuring cups and spoons Mixing spoon Whisk, fork and toothpicks for decorating the dough Coffee cup and saucer (used for breaking the egg) Two spoons or cookie dough scoop Cooling rack or plates to cool cookies.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Beginner bakers will need a parent to be present for this Minecraft Gamer Cookie cooking & baking class. The students will be baking in an oven, so parental supervision is strongly suggested. Parents should remain off-camera while providing support and supervision. If a child falls too far behind the rest of the class during the recipe, a parent or guardian should be ready to assist the learner in completing the recipe. Before class, an adult may need to gather all the ingredients and preheat the oven. Measuring will be done during class, but some learners may need parental assistance with measuring. Since parents know their child best, some parents may prefer to put measured ingredients in separate small bowls so the learner can just add the ingredients as we go through the recipe. Please assess your child’s abilities to bake safely. During this class, an adult may need to bake the Minecraft Gamer cookies in an oven. 

Teacher

Becky Martinez
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Certified Montessori Teacher and Homeschool Mom
37 total reviews
36 completed classes

About Me

Hello! I am thrilled to bring hands-on Montessori style learning experiences to Outschool! I am a Certified ESL Language Teacher who advocates the Montessori Method of teaching because it recognizes that children learn in different ways and... 
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