Assistant Chef- Kids Cooking Lessons
3-6 years old - Lesson 3
For this kids cooking lessons plans, the
assistant chef will practice pouring. This is an easy skill for them
to practice in the house and even on a daily basis just pouring
themselves a drink. Once they learn this it, it gives them a little
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Choose one of the following kids recipes:
Juice or Kool-Aid Popsicles
Allow your child to pour juice or mixed Kool-Aid into popsicle
molds. You can pour a smaller amount in a 2 Cup plastic pitcher
for easier pouring.
- 12 lemons (about 2 Cups)
- 8 Cups water
- 2 Cups sugar
Show your child how to squeeze lemons by hand or with a juicer.
Stir together lemon juice, water, and sugar until well blended.
You may want to add more water or less lemons according to your
~You can also add as many crushed strawberries as desired for a
strawberry lemonade. After stirring, have adult run through
blender. Then allow child to pour into popsicle molds.
Tip: Use a cookie sheet with rims or baking pans to catch
Now she's got the hang of it! Find more Kids
Let your child play in the sink or bath tub with a pitcher,
funnels, and cups for practice.
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