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Le Gruyère AOP and The Creative Kitchen teaching kids in N.Y.C.

Le Gruyère AOP is teaming up with The Creative Kitchen to teach children about food and how to cook in a fun, safe, and educational manner. This event will be held at Cocoon in Tribeca, NYC.

 

The Creative Kitchen teaches children about food and how to cook in a fun, safe, and educational manner. 

The goal of The Creative Kitchen is to foster a healthy relationship between children and food through cooking. The Creative Kitchen’s cooking classes are about more than just learning to cook. During our activities, children strengthen their motor skills, self-esteem, socialization, cultural understanding, teamwork, independence, and personal responsibility. Our cooking classes also enhance other traditional disciplines, such as reading, mathematics, science, social sciences, nutrition, music, art, history, and geography. The Creative Kitchen’s tried-and-true lesson plans have been developed and implemented since 1999 for conducting cooking classes in a creative and dynamic learning environment of delicious exploration.

This event will be held at Coccon Space on 316 Greenwich Street, New York, NY 10013.

 

The Creative Kitchen’s Le Gruyère AOP-Inspired Cow Masks

The Creative Kitchen’s Le Gruyère AOP-Inspired Cow Masks

Overview: Invite kids to make a fun Le Gruyère AOP-inspired cow mask and review the importance of dairy for calcium and Vitamin D.

Key Takeaway: Dairy is a great source of calcium and Vitamin D, which are important for strong bones! You can also get your daily serving of calcium and Vitamin D from cheese, like Le Gruyere!

Ingredients:

White paper plates

Popsicle sticks

Black marker

White, black and pink construction paper

Scissors

Glue

Googly eyes

Directions:

  • Prepare a template for the kids use as a model for their masks (see photo above).
  • Demonstrate to kids how to trace and cut out basic shapes:
  • Pink oval for the nose
  • Pointed black and white ovals for ears
  • Glue and attach white paper plate to a large popsicle stick.
  • Glue nose and ears to white paper plate.
  • Glue googly eyes to paper plate.
  • Draw mouth, nostrils and black spots onto mask.
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