Kids learn quickly and deeply new things through arts and play-based activities.
Rolling Fun follows this approach to offer healthy food workshop in fun to young children. We transfer the message of healthy eating to kids and to encourage them to eat more fruits and vegetables via multiple art forms and culture aspects.
Rolling Fun offers a hybrid model of school and home learning during the Coronavirus time. Students learn topics in their classes with teachers, partly practice with a toolkit. Students then take home the toolkit set and make the real food with real recipes with their parents at home.
Rolling Fun workshop fully covers cross-curriculum in Healthy Eating and Intercultural Capability.
It's even better to serve the cross-curriculum priorities: Asia and Australia's Engagement with Asia.
The workshop is designed and optimised to remove all unnecessary workload for teachers. It requires no cooking and no heating. Setting up and cleaning are just in a minute or two.
Rolling Fun workshop is very practical and worth the money. Teachers and kids have a fun time, good food and a touch of culture. Kids learn a good skill to make yummy food, and show their families "How-To" with provided toolkit.
All the fresh, healthy and colourful ingredients are prepared in advance and put in a tray for kids to make rolls. There is no need of cutting, cooking, or heating.
Kids just select flavors from the ingredient plate, rolling with their own hands and then taste their first self-made yummy roll. They are so happy to see their outcome and eat their first rolls.
Kids use specialized tools to make their rolls. These tools with simple and fun songs ensure kids find rolling task fun and easy. Our goal is that after the workshop kids will confidently say "Yeah, It is easy. I can do it".
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“What a different and fun inclusion for the students.!”
Mel J., Foundation teacher
“…This was an extremely well thought out presentation covering all aspects of children senses and engaged them from beginning to end.”
Denise, ELC Kinder educator