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Kids Cooking Lessons Plans
3-6 years old
Lesson 2



kids cooking lessons on spreading with a knife or spreader.

In this second kids' cooking lessons, kids will

practice using a non-sharp knife to spread. This is a basic cooking skill that kids love to do and using these two fun kid recipes is a good way for them to practice.


Planned Kids Cooking Curriculum



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Practice Spreading

Choose one of the following kids recipes:

Spiders
Round crackers
Cream cheese or cheese spread
Pretzel sticks
Raisins
Allow your child to create these spiders. Spread cheese on top of one cracker. Add pretzel sticks on top of cheese for legs. Put another cracker on top, (you may need to add more cheese.) Add a dab of cheese on top of cracker and attach raisins for eyes. You can also substitute peanut butter for the cream cheese, if desired.
plate of spiderskids cooking lessons on practice spreading with a knife and creating spider crackers

Let kids experiment and they might come up with their own version like this one:

cracker spider

Apple Frogs
Green apples, cut in slices
Green grapes, cut in half
Peanut butter
Mini chocolate chips
Adult should cut apple into slices leaving green peel on. Allow child to spread peanut butter on top of apple slice and layer another slice on top. Add dabs of peanut butter on top and attach green grapes. Add another dab of peanut butter and place chocolate chips on for eyes.

kids cooking lessons on practice spreading with a knife making apple frogs.

Add baby spinach under the frogs for lily pads.
lily pad apple frogs





More Spreading Activity:
Frost cupcakes, make their own peanut butter and jelly sandwich or spread mayonnaise on bread for a deli meat sandwich.

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