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Crêpes Recipe For Children

Professor Toto

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 Recipe Submitted by Laeticia

 Crêpes Recipe For Children

Cooking should be more than cooking; it should be fun, and children love to make their own snack by rolling up a crêpe! This recipe is an easy and fun activity that you both will enjoy.

Equipment: Large Bowl, Plastic spatula, Whisk, Frying Pan (non-stick), spray oil

 Batter Ingredients: 1.5 cup of Milk, 1 tablespoon of Butter, 3 Eggs, _ teaspoon of Vanilla Extract, 1 cup of Flour

Fillings: Various to taste.

  1. Prepare the batter:

Combine all ingredients except the milk in a large bowl. Have the child mix the ingredients with a whisk. Have the child continue to mix while you’re adding the milk into the bowl.

  1. Make the crêpes

Over medium heat, lightly cover the pan with spray oil. Pour one small ladle of the crêpe mix into the pan. Tilt and jiggle allowing the batter to cover the bottom of the pan.

Flip the crêpe using a plastic spatula when the edges start to turn golden.

Cook the crêpe until the bottom turns golden (45 sec). You can peek at the bottom of the crêpe by lifting up an edge with the plastic spatula. Re-spray the pan between each crêpe.

  1. Fill the crêpes

Have the child spread the filling on the crêpe and roll it up.

About Professor Toto

A multimedia language course for children

http://www.professortoto.com

This multimedia course was developed by François Thibaut’s renowned Language Workshop for Children, a teacher and a practicing specialist in the field since 1973.

All products are classroom tested and received six major children’s media awards.

The Professor Toto Language Education course starts a child’s journey through colorful visuals, child-friendly narration, and lots of different stories in French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, or German.

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Christmas Coasters Tutorial

“I am SOOOOO behind on my Christmas sewing!! ARGH!!!!! I have so many things that I need to make!! I need a longer day, people.

After I dragged out my Christmas decorations I realized that I realllllly needed something for people to put their drinks on, water rings make me crazy. So I decided to whip up a couple of coasters and then I decided to add a mug rug.

This is so fast. I mean SUPER fast. Like 10 minutes for a few of them fast.

You can even use up scraps! Perfect!!!” From Stacey Sews and Schools

http://stacysewsandschools.blogspot.com/2014/12/christmas-coasters-tutorial.html

Christmas+Coasters+Collage

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Christmas Coasters Tutorial

“I am SOOOOO behind on my Christmas sewing!! ARGH!!!!! I have so many things that I need to make!! I need a longer day, people.

After I dragged out my Christmas decorations I realized that I realllllly needed something for people to put their drinks on, water rings make me crazy. So I decided to whip up a couple of coasters and then I decided to add a mug rug.

This is so fast. I mean SUPER fast. Like 10 minutes for a few of them fast.

You can even use up scraps! Perfect!!!”  From Stacey Sews and Schools

Christmas+Coasters+Collage

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Montessori Holiday Grammar Lesson Planning

Use my free printable AMC Montessori Bingo Game to present lessons in grammar. First, download the entire game by visiting Free Montessori Grammar Bingo Game This game, designed to be used with Modern Montessori at Home: A Creative Teaching Guide for Children Six through Nine Years of Age and Modern Montessori at Home II: A Creative Teaching Guide for Children 10 through 12 Years of Age, contains all of the directions, grammar symbol printouts, game cards, and free templates in English and Spanish!! All of the work has been done for you. 🙂

Use the game templates included with your free game .pdf download to create your own Montessori holiday grammar bingo game. Select a holiday theme, and then study the paragraphs enclosed with the game. For this exercise, your child will select Thanksgiving, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah or
some other holiday topic.

Click here for complete instructions on how to present this holiday grammar bingo game for children.

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Christmas Around the World

This special two part newsletter located at
Christmas Around the World Part I and
Christmas Around the World Part II

Part I features lesson plans,activities, recipes and more. Learn about Danish Christmas traditions and find concise, well written historical information accompanied by pictures showing the sights, traditions and recipes of Christmastime in Denmark. You’ll even find directions for making the Danish paper hearts. Or, spend some time learning about Greek and Cretan Christmas customs. These are just a few of many resources you will find in the first part of this newsletter.

Continue reading Part II where you will learn about the significance of the Parol at Parol and Christmas Lanterns of the Philippines; use the material from one of the Christmas study units to create a Christmas dinner – Brazilian style!
This represents just a sampling of the many other activities, lessons and recipes packed in the second half of this newsletter.

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