KidSpirit Cooking Program Objectives

KidSpirit is excited to partner with the Moore Family Center for our summer cooking programs! The Moore Family Center is dedicated to helping individuals and communities live better with healthy foods and nutrition. Campers will learn different cooking techniques and healthy substitutions, as well as kitchen safety and cooking skills.Through demonstration and personalized instruction, our culinary staff teaches students not only cooking skills and recipes, but also techniques for healthy eating, portion sizes, and table presentation. Our cooking classes emphasize kitchen safety, clean workspaces, and the nutritional values of the foods we eat! Guardians are encouraged to attend and participate with their children! 

Wondering about other class options? Visit our Summer Day Camp page.

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Classes Offered Include: Click on the link to see the Sessions and Fee

Junior Beavers ---- Session 2 - AM & PM

Dam Builders ------ Session 2 - PM Only

Activity Fee --------- $12

Dam Builders ------ Session 3

Duck Busters ------ Session 3

Activity Fee -------- $65

Dam Builders ------ Session 1

Duck Busters ------ Session 1

Activity Fee -------- $65

Northern Hemisphere

Dam Builders ------ Session 4

Duck Busters ------ Session 4

Activity Fee --------- $65

Southern Hemisphere

Dam Builders ------ Session 6

Duck Busters ------ Session 6

Activity Fee -------- $65

Dam Builders ------ Session 5

Duck Busters ------ Session 5

Activity Fee -------- $65

Want to make it at Home?

Check Out Our Recipes Page!

What to Bring

  • Backpack
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Snacks
  • Sunscreen (as needed)
  • Closed toed shoes
  • Long hair must be tied back while cooking

The campers will cook their own lunch during their cooking classes and eat it with their classmates! Equipment is provided for camp classes; however, campers may bring their own equipment. KidSpirit will not be held liable for any loss or damage to any personal belongings. 

Visitors

Before visiting classes, check in at the KidSpirit office in Langton 125. Picture ID is required to verify any authorized guardian, pick-up, or visitor. A visitor pass will be issued and must be worn at all times during your visit. Lunch visitors can also get a visitor pass from the Lunch Boss table.

NOTE

Each week participants engage in physical activity and then move into the kitchen where the real magic happens – learning cooking techniques, nutrition and health-conscious decision making by preparing their own meals.

  • Running and walking: Every day participants run or walk as a team, and eventually cover the distance of a marathon over the nine weeks of activity. Each individual will chart their first 23 miles over the course of the season, and receive free entry into a KidSpirit community 5K event to reach the 26 mile mark – completing their marathon.
  • Cooking: Hands-on activities teach participants the art of recipe preparation, kitchen skills and safety, menu planning, and grocery shopping. 

Big Thank You to our Partner the Moore Family Center for allowing us to use the futility for our cooking classes!

Also A Thank You to Bob's Red Mill for the wonderfull products, WE LOVE IT!