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Life Skills

Summer Camp Cooking Class at Home

In this Cooking Camp we will make CAMP FAVORITES!
Kim Krentcil
257 total reviews for this teacher
5 reviews for this class
Completed by 17 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
45 minutes
per class
Twice per week
over 6 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does a "Multi-Day" course work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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Class Experience

Students will learn how to cook basic recipes all while having fun with a parent and classmates. 
I am a mom of 2 children ages 7 and 10. My 7 year old is special needs.
I taught cooking at a local kids camp for 4 summers. 
My degree is Physical and Health Education and I am a NJ certified PE teacher.
I am also an ACE certified personal trainer. 
 There is no written homework but parents will have to get the ingredients for the next class and print out the recipe. 
Ingredient List for Cooking Camp 2020 This list is also attached in email format once registered. (please note this list can be modified) Week 1- Beach/Summer Bears at the Beach 1 package golden Oreo cookies 2 regular Oreo cookies 8 oz cream cheese, softened 2⁄3 cup powdered sugar 2 (3.5 oz) packages vanilla pudding mix 2 3⁄4 cup milk 12 oz Cool Whip casserole dish, baking dish, clear plastic cups, or sand bucket- I personally use clear plastic cups Fruit Cookie Beach Ball Cookie · non-stick baking spray · 1 tube Pillsbury Sugar Cookie Dough · 1 cup Philadelphia Ready to Eat Cheesecake Filling* · 1 cup lemon curd · 2 cups frozen whipped topping thawed fruit panels · blue - 1 pint blueberries or blackberries, purple grapes · red - 1 pint raspberries or red grapes, watermelon, strawberries, currants · yellow - pineapple or yellow melon, yellow peaches · green - 2 kiwi or honeydew melon · orange - 2 apricots or cantaloupe, oranges, ripe peaches · white - 1 banana or pears, apples tossed with some lemon or lime juice *Alternative (if you can't find the Cheesecake Filling) · 8 ounces cream cheese, softened · 1/4 cup granulated sugar Ice Cream in a bag 2 Tablespoons sugar 1 cup half and half 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 1/2 Tablespoons chocolate syrup · Supplies Used: 1 gallon freezer bag 1 quart freezer bag Ice ½ cup rock salt (ice cream salt) (the price of ice cream salt has increased) I apology in advance for this as I do try to keep my ingredients prices down-but its such a fun project Newspapers that are old and Duct tape to seal Week 2 Travel/Winter Instagram Camera Cookies White frosting 1 can Chocolate frosting 1 can Graham cracker cookies Airheads extreme candy strips (rainbow berry) Oreos Hershey chocolate bar Cracker and Fruit Airplanes 2 bananas Handful of red and green grapes 1 orange Watermelon Tooth picks Penguin bananas Bananas melted chocolate Orange m/ms or skittles candy eyes or another color of candy from above Igloos Apples Mini Marshmallow Peanut butter, sun butter, almond butter, fluff (anything that could hold a marshmallow on) Week 3 Animals Healthy Breakfast Toast bread peanut butter (or favorite seed butter) or jam oranges bananas blueberries almonds (or pumpkin seed)/ o’s could be used 2 slices kiwi O’s (cheerios) cereal Raspberries Oranges kiwi Animal Cupcakes Box cake mix and all the ingredients needed for it Cupcake liners Cupcake pan White frosting Dark chocolate wafer Black gel tubes (Small) Candy eyeballs Fruity Caterpillar Snack 1 red apple — any variety 1 green granny smith apple 1 yellow golden delicious apple 2 blueberries 1 raspberry 2 black currants (chocolate chips would work) 1 baby carrot 1 slice of nectarine Week 4 Trolls and Rainbow Rainbow Grilled Cheese 8 slices of bread Butter 4 slices provolone cheese 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded Food dye and zip lock bags Candy or Cereal Necklace Fruit Loops, alphabet pretzels, and gummy Life Savers. Any cereal or candy with a hole in the middle will work. Nylon Cord Jello Play Dough (amounts per box of jello). It's always fun to make 2 colors or more 1 & 1/3 cups all purpose flour 1/2 cup of salt 2 tbsp cream of tartar 1 cup of boiling water 1 box of sugar free Jello 1 tbsp of cooking oil Week 5 Superheroes Spiderman Pizza English Muffins Tomato Sauce/Pizza Sauce Salt/ Pepper Basil/Oregano String Cheese Black Olives Spider in a Web/ Hulk Punch Package of Oreos Double Stuf Pretzel Sticks White Frosting Mini choc chips (eyes plus extra to melt) Sprite (could use club soda if you want) Lemon-Lime Kool-Aid Mix 1-2 Fresh Limes, Sliced Yellow and Green Food Coloring Avengers Themed Lunch Box Rice Cakes Salami Cheese Slices Bamboo Skewers. If this is for school you may want to pop this into a bento box rather than on a skewer. Red and Yellow fruit. We used our kid’s favorite of banana and strawberry but you could use apple, pineapple, mango or raspberries. Cheddar Cheese Fresh Green Beans ( you could also use Pretzels Sticks if your kids prefer the taste). Week 6 Clown Clown Pancakes 1 Apple, red 1 Banana 1 Blueberries 1 Raspberries, whole and halved 1 Strawberries 2 Eggs, large 1/2 tbsp Baking powder 250 g Plain flour 1 pinch Salt 1 tsp Sugar 1 Sunflower oil- i use Pam or a spray personally 30 g Butter 1 Spray cream 300 ml Whole milk Clown Hats 1 recipe Creamy White Frosting (see recipe below) Desired-colors gel food colorings Assorted small decorative candies Desired-colors shoestring licorice Ice Cream Cones with a pointe Candy Apples Apples Chocolate to melt Toppings like sprinkles, candies, chocolate chips etc Parents will have to supply the ingredients and supplies needed. Parents will also have to print out the weeks recipe and project/handout.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental Guidance and Assistance is required. This class will use a kitchen and kitchen equipement.
I try to make all my recipes nut free.
I can not customize for other allegies but love it when parents do. Please feel free to come to class and make all necessary changes for your child to participate safely. 


Kim Krentcil Highly Qualified Physical and Health Education Teacher and Special Needs Mom. "I support Inclusivity"
257 total reviews
217 completed classes

About Me

Do you want a teacher that is patient, kind, and able to make timely error corrections? I am Teacher Kim and I am so excited to meet you! I graduated with a Masters Degree from Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. I just completed... 
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