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You Made (Healthy) Popsicles!
We will sing songs about fruit, learn about the life cycle of a blueberry, squish our favorite fruits, and make popsicles with materials found around the home.
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We will use healthy fruit and utensils found around the home to make delicious (healthy) popsicles. Together we will sing a song about fruits, discuss our favorite fruits (children love to hear what other children are eating), cook our popsicles, and finish with a lovely song about popsicles. This class is a great introduction for budding and first time chefs, those that enjoy snacking as a social activity, and children building fine motor skills. Children will interact with each other, as...
The students will grow their independence and confidence in the kitchen. They will also help refine their fine motor skills and practice patience (as the popsicles freeze). Children will learn about the life cycle of plants, the process of making posicles, and practice counting throughout their experience.
Eat the popsicles!
to freeze the popsicles there must be a freezer accessible (does not have to be accessible during the class) mixing bowl, fork and spoon, ice tray, at least 12 toothpick, butter knife, cutting board 1-2 bananas half cup blueberries half-1 cups drinking water
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The children will absorb, practice, and share their knowledge throughout the class with each other and the teacher.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
While we will not be using any dangerous utensils during the class, the children will be in the kitchen. The children are encouraged to do every step of the process, independently, but parents are recommended to stay near to ensure safety and hygiene.
Nisey ShanksMontessori Pre-School Guide
146 total reviews
119 completed classes
Hello! My pronouns are she/her. I am a Montessori teacher enjoying this adventure into the land of virtual classrooms. I have ten years experience teaching in Montessori classrooms, including teaching 3-6 years, assisting in an elementary...