Thursday, May 29, 2008

Kids Summer Cooking Camp - Online & Free!

I just signed Alexandra up for a free kids summer cooking camp. It's online and they will send out recipes once a week for 7 weeks. Or, you can pay $5 and get them all at once. They didn't have me specify "younger" or "older", but here are the descriptions of the 2 camps.

Older Chefs Kids Cooking Program
For older chefs we've planned a Dinner Club. Each week you will receive a dinner menu to prepare for your family or friends and a cooking emphasis, such as etiquette, manners, table setting and more.


Younger Chefs Kids Cooking Curriculum
Younger chefs can enjoy our cooking and reading summer program. Each week you will receive a book title(s) and a few recipes to create that go with the book.


Sounds like fun to me. Let's get cooking this summer! :-)

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I read your blog each and every day but never comment. I usually like to just email, but I couldn't see an email address for you. I just wanted to say how much your blog blesses me on a daily basis. I feel inspired each time I read it, always follow your links, and almost always sign up for something that I knew nothing about before reading your blog.

Makita said...

What a great idea! Do you have a link to the cooking camp?

Bev said...

Hi Dana - Here is the answer to your question on my blog. This year my 5th grader did Horizons 6 grade math. This was his first year homeschooled. It was all very easy for him. When I looked at what is typically taught in 7th and 8th math, it appeared to be mostly review. I considered pre-algebra, but decided to skip it. In working with my son, he is very quick to catch onto ideas. So we are jumping in with both feet and taking it as slow as he needs. I liked Jacob's approach, although it is very teacher intensive. That is fine because I love math and will enjoy teaching him. I have not made a lesson plan yet - that is my summer project. Hope that gives you some idea of why I chose it.

Freakmom said...

That sounds right up our alley! Thanks for sharing it!

Melissal89 said...

This looks great, I'll check it out! Thanks for the info.

Blessings,
Melissa
www.homeschoolblogger.com/melissal89

Melissa Telling said...

Looks like fun! Thanks for letting us know about it.

Rhonda said...

Thanks for the link. I have signed my girls up! This looks like fun. My oldest just finished her first year of "cooking in the kitchen" and I think that my younger girls will really enjoy it!

Teacher of One said...

I am really excited about the theme recipes. Thanks for the post.

Kristin said...

That sounds great! I wanted to do some cooking w/my kids this summer. Also, which museum is the Grossology exhibit at? That looks REALLY fun! If you prefer to answer me via e-mail, that's fine, or I'll check back here for an answer. I'm glad I visited your blog tonight. It's bookmarked now!
~Kristin from Gymnastics

Robin said...

This is way cool! I wonder if I could interest GB in it.......
You always find the coolest stuff!

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