What’s better than learning with food? Seriously, I can’t think of anything. The best way to end any unit study is with Party School!
We spent the last month studying ancient Greece with the kids. To finish off our unit study, the girls decided we needed an
authentic Americanized ancient Greek dinner. The girls aren’t big fans of lamb, and the boys think starches must be served at every meal, so we modified our dishes to fit our family.
We decided to add to our authenticity by dressing up in our Greek costumes, and we invited some guests over to enjoy the fun.
Ancient Greek Dinner Recipe for Kids
L-, the 11-year-old prepared this dinner on her own. Want to teach your kids to prepare a Greek dinner? Check out the Kids’ Kitchen recipe below:
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