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Little Hands, Big Flavors

By Teacher Nicole

Culinary Camaraderie: A Delicious Learning Experience

At OISCA International, the Year 1 and Year 2 classes, although catering to different age groups, foster a strong sense of camaraderie through their shared experiences. One such highly anticipated event is the monthly cooking class, held on the last Thursday of every month.

The chosen recipe is meticulously tailored to align with the word families that the children have learned during that particular week. Both Year 1 and Year 2, word families are skillfully woven together, creating a common culinary experience that bridges the gap between the two classes.

This activity is eagerly awaited by the children, as it not only offers a hands-on learning opportunity but also promotes a sense of community. Parents play a crucial role in this endeavor, religiously sending aprons for their little master chefs, ensuring they are well-equipped for the task at hand. The little ones take extreme caution about sanitation, thoroughly washing their hands and avoiding touching unwanted places until they have finished cooking.

The cooking class is not merely about preparing a dish; it's a celebration of shared experiences. The children revel in the process, taking immense pride in their creations and savoring the fruits of their labor. But the true joy lies in sharing their culinary masterpieces with their friends, school staff, and even their parents, when the opportunity arises.

This delightful activity fosters a love for cooking, teamwork, and a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of flavors that can be created when diverse word families come together in perfect harmony.

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