Assistant Chef- Kids Cooking Lessons Plans
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 more independence.
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Practice Pouring

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.
kids cooking lessons squeezes lemons to make lemonade

Lemonade Popsicles

  • 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 taste.

~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.
kids cooking lessons pouring popscicles
Tip: Use a cookie sheet with rims or baking pans to catch the "extra".

kids cooking lessons practice pouring lesson with lemonade
Now she's got the hang of it! Find more Kids Popsicle recipes here.

Pouring Activity:
Let your child play in the sink or bath tub with a pitcher, funnels, and cups for practice.

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