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Life Skills

Unicorn Tea Party! Make Magical Unicorn Tea, Unicorn Storytime + Show & Tell

We will make my famous unicorn tea recipe together, and then enjoy a unicorn tea party and storytime, complete with show & tell with our new friends. This class is perfect for girls wanting new BFFs and a fun drink recipe.
The Gifted Teacher
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40 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
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Students will learn how to make an easy and impressive unicorn drink recipe they can make again and again. They will practice reading comprehension and listening skills during storytime, and strengthen conversational and friendship skills with friends during the tea party and show and tell.
 3 files available upon enrollment
Wearing kitchen aprons, tiaras, sparkles, unicorn accessories, princess dresses, or any dress up items or makeup are always welcome in our class, but they are not required. Students will want to have their favorite toys or items nearby during our tea party so they can easily grab and share with friends after our story. Your child will also likely need a step stool to see appropriately on the counter while preparing the drink. Ingredients and supplies for my special unicorn "tea": - OPTIONAL: printed and cut-out unicorn straw topper (found in the "Unicorn Straw Topper" pdf file in the classroom upon enrollment) - a pretty, translucent cup or goblet to drink unicorn tea out of - a disposable or reusable straw (a color changing straw would be fun: - ice cream scoop (a spoon could work just fine) - rainbow sherbert - Sprite soda (this can be substituted with sparkling flavored water, 7 Up, lemonade, or Ginger Ale) - a small amount of white or light pink, light blue, or light purple icing - multicolored sprinkles of your child's choice (the long ones work really well, but a mix could work or any sprinkles you already have) - OPTIONAL: can of Reddi-wip Fat-Free whipped cream or any can of whipped cream - OPTIONAL: Wilton Sparkle Gel icing in pink, purple, or blue ($2.88 at WalMart or cheaper here: - OPTIONAL: a few marshmallows from Lucky Charms cereal - OPTIONAL: Wilton Edible Gold Glitter Spray or edible gold glitter dust (glitter spray is $6.97 at WalMart or powder is here: - OPTIONAL: 1 small piece of Airhead Xtremes Rainbow Berry Candy ($1.89 at WalMart)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
* I provide an optional printable unicorn straw-topper file that parents may wish to print and cut out for their learner prior to class. Parents may want to have the ingredients for the unicorn drink out and open on the counter prior to class in case there is an item that students can't reach or open on their own. Parents may want to be nearby and ready to step in to provide support as needed for their learner as the students make the special unicorn tea in the kitchen; however, I will guide them every step of the way so that they can be as independent as they want to be. 

* If students choose to drink unicorn tea from a glass cup or goblet, students should be aware of the care it takes to carry and use a glass cup. 

* The unicorn "tea" is not actually tea, but it is a tasty drink your child should enjoy. It contains a fair amount of sugar and dyes. If your child is sensitive to a type of food dye, parents can substitute any of the ingredients for different colors that are more appropriate for your child's needs. Please contact me with any questions you may have, and I'll be happy to help support you prepare for class.

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