Having fun with pancakes

Published on February 25, 2016

Abigail England stirs up her pancakes mix for her pancakes while mom watches.

©Submitted photo

Curious George makes Pancakes was the story that Librarian Judy Hamilton read to the children during the regular story time program at the Springdale Public Library. The children chuckled as she put on a monkey hat while she read.

It was craft time and the children got busy making Curious George, the curious monkey by colouring, cutting and gluing and attaching the pieces to a paper towel tube.
It was time for the children to get ready to make pancakes. Everyone got a baker's hat and practice making pancakes by singing a finger play.  
Then it was time to make the pancakes so everyone got a bowel, spoon, pancake mix, water and food colouring and begin mixing it up while Librarian Judy got the skillet ready to cook them.
When they had their pancake mixed Librarian Judy poured it on the skillet to cook to perfection.  
There were pink, blue, and green pancakes for the children to enjoy, topped with corn syrup and a banana on the side.  The children enjoyed their pancakes and even made seconds. It was a great learning afternoon for the children at the library.

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Having fun with pancakes

Published on February 25, 2016

Abigail England stirs up her pancakes mix for her pancakes while mom watches.

©Submitted photo


Curious George makes Pancakes was the story that Librarian Judy Hamilton read to the children during the regular story time program at the Springdale Public Library. The children chuckled as she put on a monkey hat while she read.

It was craft time and the children got busy making Curious George, the curious monkey by colouring, cutting and gluing and attaching the pieces to a paper towel tube.
It was time for the children to get ready to make pancakes. Everyone got a baker's hat and practice making pancakes by singing a finger play.  
Then it was time to make the pancakes so everyone got a bowel, spoon, pancake mix, water and food colouring and begin mixing it up while Librarian Judy got the skillet ready to cook them.
When they had their pancake mixed Librarian Judy poured it on the skillet to cook to perfection.  
There were pink, blue, and green pancakes for the children to enjoy, topped with corn syrup and a banana on the side.  The children enjoyed their pancakes and even made seconds. It was a great learning afternoon for the children at the library.