Semi Child-Led Independent Snack Making With Ms. Loren : Fruity Soup!
This one-time class' recipe will change, frequently. Hit the heart to save it and check back for the next snack! Age appropriate independence encouraged. We sequentially prepare quick snacks, discuss texture, food groups, safety, & flavor.
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See my intro video for this class! Pertinent info: Current Snack Title: Fruity Soup Up Next: Trailing with the Mix! Parental guidance necessary for this class, use of food, and a child safe knife. Please take care to use safe, allergen-free foods for your learner and ensure your learner uses foods that they can chew efficiently. Snack Time! Welcome to my class for beginners-intermediate Junior Chefs, with a major in Snack Making. I will guide the students through a fun filled class. We...
This class is taught in English.
The students will be encouraged to follow sequential instruction, explore relatively healthful foods, use of manual dexterity, expand descriptive conversation, taste palate, independence and confidence, identify the foods used , and their favorite/least favorite foods. Creativity.
Preschool Teacher and Culinary/Dietary Studies
Reiterate today's lesson or engage in conversation, probing for total recall. Make the snack again as you see fit!
1 file available upon enrollmentFruity Rainbow soup Bring fruits in as many colors as you have available Such as- halved apple (red green yellow) Slice of cantaloupe/watermelon with rind Unpeeled or halved banana with skin on Grapes (caution, we will cut them in class) Blueberries halved or grape Tomato (caution, we will cut them in class) unpeeled Mandarin Orange slice with rind on Water of your choice or juice Caution with all foods, make sure your child can chew the foods chosen, and non allergenic. We will peel, slice and dice in class. *********************************** *Kitchen attire encouraged (not required) to add to the experience ( hat, apron, etc.) Plate/flat surface/bowl/cup Napkin child-safe knife/child-safe spoon to scoop and spread Towel/smock for possible messes Water to drink Parental guidance Listening ears Safe and clean hands Ready to learn any applicable worksheet
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
What healthy choice might you make today? Recall a kitchen safety aspect. The student may reply accordingly.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
All Foods, butter knife or kid safe knife, plates, glass jars from jelly, jam, grapes, strawberries, fruits, pectin, wheat, seeds, plates, all fruits and vegetables, aprons, hats, microwave, appliances, cutlery, oats, soy, greens, meat/substitutes. Please be aware of food allergens, adjust your child's ingredients appropriately. wheat, soy, egg, peanuts, sugar, seeds, tree nuts, seafood, gluten, almond, soy, dairy, plastic, metal, ceramic plate. This class can be 'messy' and is expected to be as such. This is part of the learning experience. If your child has allergies or needs special accommodations, please let me know in advance so that I may tailor the conversation for their participation.
Pictures, books, fresh foods, flashcards may be used for the purpose of discussing healthy food choices.
Ms. LorenEnergetic Preschool Teacher, Hands-on, Semi Child-Led, Gentle & Patient Approach for all Abilities. Welcome!
54 total reviews
48 completed classes
Hi! I’m so happy to be here and I’m happy that you’re here as well See my introductory video for a realistic experience. Here is the gist of who I am and what I am capable of sharing with you and your learner: My name is Loren. I had the...