Cooking! (Ages 2 - 4 Years)
Kids at Work
4.5 (64 Reviews)
Categories: Food & Cooking | Ages: 24 Months - 4 Years | Format: In-Person
Kids at Work is pleased to introduce a truly age-appropriate cooking class for children preschool age. Cooking includes lots of sensory play (think bins of cornstarch, flour, cornmeal, or whatever the class happens to be working with that day) where we encourage children to touch, feel and squish to their hearts content. These classes are 'hands-on' as children chop, mix, combine, and are introduced to kitchen tools like the whisk, spatula, blender, and mixer. Classes will cover cooking safety and children will be encouraged to get messy. After a short period of simple free play and discussion of the tools and ingredients of the day, children will complete a simple baking or cooking project. Children are excited to taste their own creations (each child will receive whatever it is they actually created) and will learn the amazing cause and effect relationship of cooking. Please let Kids at Work know well ahead of your first class if your child has any allergies or food restrictions (vegetarian, religious restrictions, etc). The recipes at this class are nut/seed free.
When to arrive:
10 minutes before
24 hours in advance
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524 reviews across 24 activities
123 West 20th Street, Suite 2E, New York, NY 10011
(212) 488 8800
Kids at Work is the only multi-subject center in the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC that features an entirely drop-in schedule, meaning that kids ages infant - 4 years old may attend any class, any time, in subjects like music, sensory art, movement, dance, soccer, yoga, sign language, and cooking! Kids at Work is a tightknit community, and oft-said to be one of Chelsea's best-kept secrets, as 80% of the clientele attend Kids at Work multiple times a week. Kids learn in a safe, process-oriented and child-choice driven environment, and there are helpful programs like the Gentle Separation Playgroup, where your kid can learn to safely separate, and the New Moms Talk Group, where you can meet and bond with other new moms like you! Kids at Work also offers summer camps and birthday parties. Drop in any time!...
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