This week’s theme is short and sweet. I love it when children is creative, and with this party, they can be very creative. I think any child would love this party.
Let’s cook away. (and click on the photo to view the webpage)
Easy – Apron and Chef hat. Use fabric paint to paint each chef’s name on the apron.
Apart from balloons, you don’t need a lot of decorations. Make a big sign saying “Welcome to “Name” Chef’s School” and place above your front door or gate. You can use red and white gingham table cloth. Make a large blackboard “menu” with the activities listed with the treat making being the dessert.
You don’t really need a cake for this party. Or you can bake a cake and let the children decorate it!
Let them make it themselves. Pizzas, icing and decorating cupcakes, Ice cream Sundaes. Just remember to have A LOT of cake sprinkles.
Have the kids make personalized placemats
Buy a canvas apron that they can decorate with fabric paint.
Taste Testers – In advance place a selection of sauces and spices, for example ketchup, sugar, ranch dressing, chocolate syrup, in little cups on a table. Take the kids one at a time, blindfold them and give them, one cup at a time, the ingredients to taste. The kids have to guess what it is and then write it on a piece of paper. Give a prize to the person/people who guess the most. IMPORTANT – Make sure no one has food allergies!!!!
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