In the preschool 1 classroom at Majestic Harbor Children’s Center in Gloucester, Massachusetts they kicked-off, “Cooking week,” for the classroom with a delicious no-bake apple pie! The students loved being able to help prepare the tasty dessert by smashing-up graham crackers and assembling everything before digging-in and having the treat. It is easy to do with your class as well!
Snacks are always a delicious part of the day, and preschool and kindergarten students love how, “Grown-up,” they feel when they get to make their own snack. These edible fire trucks that children can assemble make a great treat that is fun to assemble and then eat!
One popular book among children is, “The Legend of Spooky The Square Pumpkin,” and this snack-making activity done by Glenwood Country Day School of Woodbine, Maryland is inspired by it! After you read your own class the story they can enjoy making their own square, “Pumpkin,” to eat as a snack!
Acorn Donut Holes Recipe for Kids
For our first cooking activity we made Chocolate Chip Cookies.
This is a young group and for some the first time they’ve got to cook with us. They were so excited to get to help!