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Useful tools for your classroom kitchen kit:

                     
Electric Skillet Turner Spatula                               Rubber Spatulas

An electric skillet provides an essential and easy heat source for classroom cooking. 

Turners help kids flip, transfer, and serve.                                                                                           Rubber spatulas help kids spread and mix.                                                         

 

 
Wooden Spoons Large & Small Mixing Bowls Whisks
Wooden spoons let little hands mix big bowls.                                     Mixing bowls provide the space for young chefs to mix their culinary creations. Whisks let kids whip eggs and mix dressings.

 

         
 Measuring Spoons

Measuring Cups         

 Measuring cups and measuring spoons let young chefs practice measuring precisely for a recipe.

Safe cutting with young chefs:

   
Kai Little Chef Knife Curious Chef Lettuce Knives Plastic Cutting Mats
Sharp, but not too sharp, with a great hand grip for young cooks! Lettuce knives let young chefs build safe cutting habits with no risk.                     Cutting mats provide kids with a clean and non-slip workspace.

 

 
Kids' Scissors Kinderkitchen Serrated Dog Knife Zyliss Lettuce Knife
Young chefs can easily cut leafy greens and herbs with kids' craft scissors. Sharp, but not too sharp, with a great hand grip for young cooks!                                            Lettuce knives let young chefs build safe cutting habits with no risk.       

 

 

Additional resources to support classroom instruction:

   
World Map Placemat Large World Wall Map
Support lessons for our Global Eats curriculum with maps for each student! Fill your classroom with a large world map to support lessons for our Global Eats curriculum.

 

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