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Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition

Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
Gifted and Talented Social Event- Kid Chef Competition
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This social event is a fun opportunity to add fun into a task that requires creativity and problem solving. The students will be given a surprise bag of food ingredients to build a "meal" and present it to a panel of judges. All groups win an award.

This Product Includes
*1 page teacher guide
*1 page letter to parents
*6 group signs
*1 page group direction page
*2 page judge worksheet
*6 group awards

About the Activity:
I developed this activity for my grades 3-5 gifted and talented students. One important component of our GT program is allowing students the opportunity to socialize and work with like-minded peers and this activity does just that. I hype up this event starting a month before. I run the event in February because I find it is a fun mid-winter activity. The students will amaze you with their creations. Last year one group made the Eiffel tower out of twizzlers and graham crackers and another student groups' fort collapsed at the end and they gave a dynamic presentation about how a dragon has destroyed their village.

★Check it out!: This activity is included in the Gifted and Talented Middle Grades Unit Bundle at a discounted price!

The Preparation:
I send home this letter to the parents. In the past, I have grocery shopped for this myself but found that it helps the cost to ask for donations. The ingredients are a secret for the students except for a “mystery ingredient reveal” that I share the week of the event. The mystery ingredient I share is usually something like icing or fluff that the students will use to “glue” their construction (“meal”) together.

The Competition:
When the students enter the room, I label the classroom and separate the ingredients into grocery bags for the students groups. The students then have one hour to construct their masterpiece and five minutes to prepare a brief presentation for the judges.

The Judging: I usually invite the parents for this section of the event, inviting parents and “guest judges” (principals, other teachers, etc.) to view the presentations and interact with the students. The judges then deliberate and award prizes to the students.

Credits:
*Graphics purchased from Little Red (trophy graphics) Pretty Grafik (chef graphics) and Paula Kim Studio (borders)
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