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Happiness in A Mug- Making Choco Lava cake in Kindergarten


Cooking encourages children’s thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. It also allows children the opportunity to use the knowledge they have and apply it by counting, measuring, following a sequence, following directions, and cause and effect. Hands on cooking activities help children develop confidence and skill. Following recipes encourages children to be self-directed and independent, it also teaches them to follow directions and develop problem-solving skills. The ingredients were simple - crushing biscuits and then mixing Nutella or Chocolate syrup and then putting one-third cup milk and then with help of mothers microwaving the cake for 2 to 3 minutes. The outcome was delicious, kids ate up the mug cakes in a jiffy. They thoroughly enjoyed this activity and the outcome. There is always room for cake and it is said that stressed spelt backwards is desserts so what better way to destress than to make your own mug cake and have it too.