Busy busy thursday I had, so this will be kind of short and somewhat random.
I began with teaching 3-4 year olds and 5-6 year olds. We read the bestseller “Cook-a-doodle-do” and made strawberry short cakes. They had a blast, and I’m assured I will not have kids for at least ten years, of at all. It was at a private bilingual school. You can totally tell, check out the “classroom”:
One of my students is actually a child of a very famous hollywood actress. I won’t say who, I’m a little afraid of confidentiality, he looks a lot like his mom. It was really cute, he thinks his mom’s job is actually a chef. I said, “O my mom is a chef!”. I really hope he WAS talking about his mom and not a housekeeper/nanny/butler….
I also forgot to mention that yesterday, I had a blogger meet-up with Crystal. She’s very awesome, and totally NOT psycho (some bloggers can be psycho, trust me on this). She’s an English major at UCLA, so her blog is probably better written and with less grammar mistakes than mine.
And since I’ve never done it before, I thought this would be a good time to start! Flashback friday!
For the strawberry shortcake recipe you need:
-1 cup heavy cream
-1/2 tsp vanilla extract
-some lady fingers
-strawberries and other fruits of choice
Its super simple, since its meant to be assembled by kids.
Dice the strawberries, whip the cream and vanilla extract, and then layer with the lady fingers. I’m well aware there is no sugar added to the whipped cream and that’s on purpose. Do YOU want to hang around 10 plus sugar high 3-6 year olds???? Didn’t think so.