Flavors of Wonder สำรวจผ่านการทำอาหาร

Welcome to our culinary adventure for kids! Cooking is more than just making tasty meals; it’s a fun journey filled with learning and excitement. From mastering knife skills to understanding the science of baking, cooking offers kids a range of benefits beyond delicious food.



In our program, we’ll explore how cooking teaches important life skills while sparking creativity and curiosity. Join us as we discover how cooking not only improves culinary abilities but also boosts academic skills and personal growth. From problem-solving in the kitchen to feeling proud of their culinary creations, kids will embark on a flavorful journey of discovery and skill-building.


Meet Kru Eve

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Kru Eve

Our dedicated teacher at Carroll Prep for the past two years. While she serves as the homeroom teacher for K3, her passion extends far beyond the classroom walls. Eve has a profound love for gardening and cooking, which she joyfully incorporates into her teaching.

In addition to nurturing young minds, Eve delights in nurturing plants and flavors. Her classroom reflects her green thumb and culinary skills, creating a vibrant learning environment where children can explore the wonders of nature and the art of cooking.

Here are the benefits of cooking for kids

    Fun and Pride: Cooking engages children in a fun and rewarding activity, allowing them to feel a sense of accomplishment and pride as they create something delicious from scratch.

    Kitchen Skills: Cooking teaches valuable kitchen skills such as knife techniques, kitchen safety practices, and proper food handling, laying the foundation for a lifetime of culinary competence.

    Science Experiments: Cooking involves science in action, as children observe chemical reactions, learn about ingredients’ properties, and understand the role of temperature and timing in cooking processes.

    Problem Solving: In the kitchen, children encounter challenges and learn to problem-solve on the spot, whether it’s adjusting a recipe, improvising with available ingredients, or troubleshooting cooking mishaps.

    Ideas and Exploration: Cooking fosters creativity and exploration as children experiment with different flavors, textures, and culinary techniques, encouraging them to think outside the box and develop their culinary preferences.

    Academic Skills: Cooking integrates various academic skills such as reading and writing, as children read recipes, measure ingredients, and write down their cooking experiences. It also encourages storytelling, as children can connect recipes to cultural traditions or personal memories, enhancing their language and literacy skills.

    Overall, cooking provides children with a multifaceted learning experience that not only sparks their interest and enjoyment but also cultivates essential life skills and supports academic development.


    Cooking Class by Kru Eve Carroll
    ex. Jan 12,2022


    June 9, 2024