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Category Archives: cooking
On Wednesday we celebrated a classmate’s 12th birthday. To celebrate, she brought some wonderful gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free blueberry muffin tops to share with her classmates. The students were excited about having something different as part of their snack. While … Continue reading
Learning to be a community is such fun! Preparing, making, serving, and even cleaning up is all part of building community in a Montessori classroom. The students enjoyed yummy smoothies. Thanks to our wonderful parent for helping.
Montessori is about independence, manners, community, and being healthy. Now until the end if the year, our class is cooking once a week. Last Friday was our first cooking class. Lots of fun making healthy granola bars. The best part … Continue reading
Hungry? Tired? Need some help putting healthy home cooked meals on the table between practices and meetings? Call Meals by Anita! Anita prepares delicious food for one, two or a crew. She also will pack lunches for you and your … Continue reading
Kris and Carla’s class had a pancake lunch to celebrate our last day of school for the year 2013. Plenty of fun, lots of delicious food and so much parent help!
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The McGuffey Montessori School staff was surprised with an amazing lunch put together by many parents. It was such a treat to have all this delicious food ready; a nice change from trying to beat each other to the microwave … Continue reading
Carla’s birthday was an ample excuse to involve K/1/2 in the creation of delicious ghost-like rice cereal and chocolate treats. The yummy snack was gluten-free but not quite glutton-free. -Liz
In honor of Thanksgiving, McGuffey students made an entire Thanksgiving meal for lunch today! Each grade was responsible for a portion of the meal—turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, fruit salad, green beans, and corn muffins. The only thing missing from these … Continue reading