4-H Cloverbud Cooking Camp Day 4

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Today was a busy day at Cloverbud Cooking Camp, as we engaged in arts and crafts. The campers were excited to make lava lamps and learn a little bit about science. They were curious as to why the oil floated on top of the water in their lamps, and we explained that it was because oil is less dense than water, allowing it to float. They also learned that water and oil are immiscible liquids, meaning they don’t mix. The campers were thrilled with this activity and felt it was the coolest arts and crafts session so far.

Next, we headed into the kitchen to start making our dessert. The campers were divided into groups, with some chopping up fruits while others assisted with frosting the cookies. Following the dessert, we proceeded to slice and dice vegetables, including zucchini, peppers, and squash, for our meal. The vegetables were then sauteed while the chicken and beef were diced and seasoned with various herbs by the campers. Finally, the smoked sausage was sliced before everything was placed in the oven for cooking.

Children cutting strawberries and kiwis

As the meal was cooked, we stepped outside to enjoy some activities. Some campers hula hooped, used sidewalk chalk or jumped rope. Later, we played a game together using special dice. One die had various exercises, while the other had numbers 1 through 12. The objective was to engage in enjoyable exercises. A camper would roll the dice, and we would all perform the exercise for the number of times indicated on the die.

Children hula hoop outside.

Once the food was all cooked, we headed back to the kitchen to enjoy the meal we prepared.