We have loved using The Kitchen Kart at Wynnum West State School. We have enjoyed the portability, flexibility and ease of use.
Everything about the cart is so easy. It doesn’t take long for anyone to learn about the cart and it’s features.
The teachers are so pleased with the curriculum sheets that are supplied with the cart. Each lesson has the objectives, assessment, resources, Appendix list, important language used and then the teaching and learning activities clearly and systematically set out.
Recipes are healthy and easy to provision for a class.
Overall a fantastic resource for “hands on learning”
Get Kids Cooking, in partnership with Australian Schools Plus assisted Ermington West Public School to gain The Kitchen Kart through generous donations.
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Thanks to the 3,500 kids who cooked with us at the 2017 Sydney Royal Easter Show!
Here is the link to the recipes – our yummy lunch box oat slice and cheese ‘n corn muffins- perfect for school lunches!
Back to school means it’s time to get those lunchbox snacks ready – MyDeal asked our Founder, Jo Bowskill for some recipe ideas and tips to inspire kids to cook and have fun making healthy food
Get Kids Cooking owner, Holly Boal appears on the kids TV Show, Crocamole!
Holly taught the team how to peel safely using the Safety Food Peeler and make a delicious Asian ribbon salad.
Congratulations on earning your BBQ Scraper skill. Print out your certificate here:certificate_bbq-scraper
Print out your December activity here and get creative with your very own face paint: dec-activity-facepaint_printdec-activity-facepaint_print
Print out Decembers Skill card here: dec-skill-card-bbq-scraper_print
Wondering what you can do with your Instant Snow? Have a look at Steve Spanglers top 10 ideas on what you can do. Check it out here
*thanks to Steve Spangler Science for the tips!
How to make homemade Snow Globes!
A homemade snow globe is a childhood must! You can use some plastic figurines lying about the house, or even some old LEGO pieces.
- small glass jar
- a plastic figurine
- glycerin (optional: while it’s not necessary, it makes the glitter float better)
- glue (we used a hot glue gun, but superglue should work too)
- Decide what you would like to put in your snow globe. We used a some Christmas decorations
- Glue, place, and stick your plastic figurine to the inside of the jar lid
- Fill your jar with water and/or glycerin and add glitter—1-2 teaspoons.
- Screw the lid on the jar — glue it if you’re concerned about your child trying to open it
- Shake your jar or tip it upside down to make it snow!