Teach small ones the dangers of a hot stove while making cool Ice Cream Cone Cakes.
The kitchen is an excellent place to spend time with your child and to teach him or her important lessons, too. For younger children, one of the first things to share is the importance of safety. In this lesson, you'll find teachable moments that address kitchen dangers while having a ball making delicious Ice Cream Cone Cakes.
Teach your child how to be cool and help their school with a thermometer collection sheet for Box Tops. Just print, color, and fill with Box Tops. Color extra sheets to share with family and friends and earn even more Box Tops for your school!
Discover the cool effects a few minutes in the freezer can have on frosting. First, place one tablespoon of frosting in a bowl and place in the freezer for 5-10 minutes. Next, scoop a tablespoon of room temperature frosting into a bowl. Finally, allow your child to play with the two samples feeling the difference in temperature and consistency.
Point out the elements of the stove that are not safe to touch – the burners, inside coil and baking racks. Also, turn them on to show how they look when they’re hot versus when they’re cold. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO TOUCH A HOT STOVE
Have your child list or point out three hot things and three cold things. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO TOUCH HOT ITEMS