We would like to thank Livy O’s for hosting Culinary Club at Stowers Elementary School today! Students made their own non-fat yogurt parfaits with fruit and honey, a delicious recipe taught by amazing chefs.
Objectives: To use fine motor skills to spread, roll, toss, and peel to make a recipe. To learn about the origins of pizza. To understand what yeast is and the role it plays in food. To use basic math skills to follow a recipe and measure ingredients.
Students built their own kabobs using monterry and jack cheeses paired with fruit. Objectives: To learn how to set a table. To learn about basic table manners. To practice good eating behavior and learn to assemble parts to make a whole.
Students always vote painting rocks in their top favorite arts & crafts activities. To encourage language development and artistic skills, we learned new words and had the students add these vocabulary words to their rocks! By talking about definitions and spelling words out in a fun way, students are more likely to remember their fun, [...]
Students are getting closer to seeing what their robots are going to look like! Excitement is building to soon make them move on their own!
Students make their own trail mix by following a recipe and measuring ingredients! Objectives: To strengthen culinary vocabulary by reading a recipe To learn to follow directions To use math skills to complete accurate measurements of ingredients
Students listened to The Shape of Me & Other Stuff by Dr. Suess before cutting their own unique shapes to later be used collaboratively on a large wall mural/bulletin board. Students could not use stencils or drawing utensils to create their shapes, only scissors. Everyone's shape is unique, different, and equal!
Students work together following online lego software to build their robots.
Objectives: To expand culinary vocabulary by learning about the different tools used in the kitchen (including knives, can openers, and microwaves). To understand the types of basic measurements used in the kitchen. To visually recognize various kitchen tools.
Think Positive Thoughts for the Year with Positive Rock Painting! Students are encouraged to place their decorated rocks around school or around their community. Sharing positive messages brings happiness and comfort to others. Objectives: To use vocabulary to draw positive thoughts on rocks To utilize fine motor skills to paint and draw on rocks To [...]