Fireless Cooking Competition (Class II)

Fireless Cooking Competition with Mothers for Class II

In a heartwarming display of culinary creativity and family bonding, the second-grade class hosted a fireless cooking competition with a special twist—mothers teamed up with their children to whip up delicious dishes.

The event, held in the school hall, buzzed with excitement as eager young chefs, armed with aprons and mixing bowls, joined forces with their mother to showcase their culinary skills. From sandwiches to fruit salads, the kitchen was abuzz with activity as each duo worked diligently to prepare their masterpiece.
Instead of traditional cooking methods, participants utilized pre-cut ingredients by their mothers.

Judges had a tough task ahead as they assessed each entry based on presentation, creativity, and taste. From colorful fruit skewers to meticulously arranged sandwiches, every dish showcased the unique bond between mother and child.

In the end, while some dishes received top honors, every participant emerged a winner, having shared a special moment with their mother. The fireless cooking competition not only showcased the creativity and teamwork of the students and their mothers but also highlighted the importance of family involvement in education and learning.

Loader Loading...
EAD Logo Taking too long?

Reload Reload document
| Open Open in new tab

Download [91.32 KB]

Scroll to Top