Think back to when you first learned to make Kraft macaroni and cheese. That, at least for me, was an epic day... and it still is, considering it is one of the 5 things that I can cook and not mess up. Anyway, the first time you cooked it all by yourself, how excited were you?! How proud were you? How proud were your parents?! Cooking is kind of one of those rights of passage that you just learn over time. Well now it's time for our students to start cooking even earlier in life and you can be the one to make it happen!
There are so many recipes out there for you to use in your classroom, it's kind of crazy. Some are definitely more simple than others and there might be some that you just can't touch (insert peanut allergy here).
I'm not saying finding the right recipes for your kids will be easy, but I've definitely made it easier with this guy. I've planned it all out for you, Friday by Friday for the entire school year. Not only do you get the recipes and the cooking calendar, you get the whole enchilada (I kid again, those aren't on the classroom menu). You get a step-by-step activity mat for every single recipe, the calendar includes ingredients on it, and there's a boy and girl version of the allergy permission slip for you to send home at the beginning of each month. It really couldn't be more simple!
a free cooking lesson here that includes all of the above mentioned components. Try it out and see how awesome it is. I promise you, your life and classroom will be forever changed!
What do you think about cooking in the classroom?