Still, happiness is found in little things.”
If it’s broken, eat it! This is not always the exact science but when it comes to eggs, it’s perfect. An egg has so much potential to bring happiness, so let’s see how many we can find.
Lesson guides and printables
Learning Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world
Learning Outcome 4: Children are confident and involved learners
Safety advice: The kitchen can be a dangerous place when not understood. Be careful of hot stoves; they can burn you. Keep any sharp or heavy objects in safe places. Most kids will need help with this activity.
Ideal for: Early Learning Ages 3 – 5
- get messy
- chill time
- think and connect
Time required: 20 minutes
Tips for Parents and Carers: Always help your kid/s in the kitchen. There are many sharp and/or heavy objects, or hot areas like the oven or stove. If you have a high bench and they won’t wriggle around too much, you can sit a stool next to the bench so that they can reach and get involved. Aprons are useful to wear to stop them from getting food on their clothes. Little chef hats are good for photos
Learning@Home resources are designed for parents and teachers to use with children in the home environment. They can be used as stand-alone activities or built into existing curriculum-aligned learning programs. Our Learning@Home series includes two types of resources. The first are fun and challenging real-world activities for all ages, the second are self-directed lessons for upper primary and secondary students. These lessons support independent learning in remote or school settings.