Day 10 and we are going to Salamis for a STEAM project with my dear friend and colleague, Theodore Lalos.
Christmas Holidays are just a few weeks away and a dear but very naughty and mischievous elf approached me and requested a custom made present to be delivered prior to the end of the year. Thus, without any delay, I gathered all my strength and creativity only to come up with a very familiar Festive tradition…that of baking Gingerbread Men!
However, my baking technique is far more eccentric than the original one. This baking recipe doesn’t resemble at all the mouthwatering one which allows little ones to be enchanted by those golden brown gingerbread men and their cinnamon smell.
There’s no just observation and no participation. Sorry my little folks, but you need to get messy this time!
So, let’s get a bit serious now and explore the purpose of this post…
To encourage learners to hypothesise and experiment in order to make observations and conclude on the best amount of bake time
To raise cultural awareness on this Festive tradition.
To review primary, secondary and tertiary colours.