- April 8 2012 | - Read More →
Kidding Around the Kitchen (KATK) brings a “hands on” cooking class to the classroom in which the kids actively participate in the preparation of recipes. The result of the kids cutting, measuring cooking and then eating their creations is more than simply a lesson in health. Kids see, touch, smell, and taste the fruits, vegetables, nuts, cheeses, eggs, meats, and other ingredients."The classes reinforce math, science, reading and vocabulary all within one-hour . Measuring cups and spoons help with fractions. Multiplication and division are learned when recipes are reduced or enlarged. Solids become liquids, bread rises, pancakes expand, and science is edible. Pronouncing ingredient names and reading recipes help enlarge vocabulary. Studying food labels promotes an awareness of natural and less than natural ingredients used in everyday items.
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