Children can easily learn scientific concepts through cooking.
- Book Intro
Textbooks filled with difficult scientific terminologies are far from fun. But what would it be like if you could learn science while cooking? Cooking steamed eggs teaches you about “currents,” and making sweet candy Dalgona teaches about the concept of “dissolution.” Cooking delicious foods and sweet desserts will bring children closer to science.
While making dishes with the guidance of an elementary school teacher and cooking expert, children can learn accurate scientific principles.
- About the Author
Jeong Juhyeon;Kim Haejin
*Jeong Juhyeon received her BA in mathematics education and her MA in science education from Cheongju National University of Education. Jeong is a teacher at Sangbong Elementary School.
*Kim Haejin majored in food coordination and worked at a bakery at the Marriott Hotel in New Orleans and at GOZO bakery. After completing a course to become a children’s cooking instructor, she now runs a cooking studio called “Little Hands Kids Cook,” teaching children how to cook.