Today is March 11, 4 days after visiting Danielle's Learning Station; preschool. There I met Addie, Rowen, Avery, Madeline, Zachery, and Abigail. Ranging in ages from 5-3 years old, I knew this was going to be a VERY exciting time!
Let me just start by saying, Avery; Buddy, if there was an award for most enthusiastic, you would win.. HANDS DOWN! But honestly, those kids were so incredibly thrilled. However, I don't know who had more fun.. me or them! Everything from showing off their hand-decorated aprons (see above) to learning about kiwi's and llama's to using those lovely little imaginations to creatively make the yummiest Snake-Pockets ever! (Just ask Miss. Danielle.. she really enjoyed hers)
Here is an overview of the class and some wonderful shots Miss. Sassy captured for us! Thank You Sassy!! She did a wonderful job, and I've got to figure out a way to get her in on some pictures at our next class, she's so Cute!
|Addie and Madeline getting crafty|
Here's what we did:
Preheat oven to 375*
One can of crescent rolls
Roll out the crescent roll as big as you like and fill it with diced meat and cheese (we used Turkey and colby/jack)
Pinch the edges together so nothing is falling out
Roll back and forth and shape a head and tapering down to a tail.
Wisk 1 egg per color you are using in separate bowls and add 3 drops of coloring
Use paintbrush (clean) to "paint" the snake
Place in Pre-heated oven 13 min.
**as a side note, we have also connected all the crescent rolls together and made 1 LARGE snake a family dish and it turned out really cool**
Abigail was so well-mannered and although the youngest one there, she was an awesome listener, always waiting for the next set of directions
Here is Addie and her snake... WOW, here snake was sooo long, it wouldn't even fit on her plate! Way to go!! I'm still trying to figure out how she did it!