"No Kitchen? No Problem!" Tool Kit Worksheet

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Published July 18, 2016 | Updated August 4, 2016
Place of Learning: Garden, Kitchen
Resource Type: Program Management
Grade Level: Adults/Professionals
Uploaded by:
Kyle Cornforth
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Questions to consider when building your tool kit:

How many students will be cooking at one time?

What tools are age-appropriate for my students?

Do I have somewhere to clean up on site?

How will I store and transport my supplies?

What is the focus of your program?

Are there any stores that might make in kind donations?

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