Outschool is back with dozens more fun online classes for the next upcoming holiday: Thanksgiving! Outschool offers over 8,000 live classes for kids of all ages and encourages them to learn through interesting, interactive topics. These classes are entertaining, festive, and inexpensive, and will appeal to the whole family.
There’s a lot to love about Thanksgiving, but most of us are on board for one thing: food. Outschool offers a variety of cooking and baking classes your kids can take, with supervision, from the comfort of your own home. Try “Wild About Cooking: Holiday Treats” for ages eight-13, meeting once a week for weeks. For older kids, try “Wild About Cooking: Perfect Pumpkin Pie” to let your 12-17-year-old take charge of the famous dessert.
If you want help in the kitchen, but want to make sure your kid’s well-versed on safety, sign them up for “Cooking – Food Safety,” another one-time class on hygiene and safe cooking practices.
For the magically minded, “Kitchen at Hogwarts: Beginner House Elf Training!” is sure to be a hit for kids aged seven-12. It’s an 8-week cooking course feature some of the most iconic dishes from the Harry Potter books and movies.
As we move into the holiday season, homemade gifts can be a great activity. Try the “Sugar Skin Scrub” class or other video courses in Outschool’s “Handmade Gifts Series.”
If you’re looking for something more Thanksgiving-specific, Outschool has plenty of classes to choose from. Learn to draw turkeys with a “Seasonal Art Class,” or take your 5-9-year-old on a “Virtual Field Trip” through the history of the first Thanksgiving.
Preteens can learn about how Thanksgiving is celebrated in the US and Canada, including the “Presidential Turkey Pardon.” Animal-minded kids can participate in a “Wild Turkey Nature Study,” or learn about “Turkey Anatomy and Behavior.”
For some deeper learning lessons, kids age 6-10 can take “Resilient Kids Grow Gratitude,” a one-time class created to build resilience in kids by introducing healthy thinking and helping them practice exhibiting gratitude. Kids can learn to express thankfulness in American Sign Language; kids age 5-8 can meet once a week for a read-aloud of colorful picture books about gratitude.
Whatever you and your kid are interested in, Outschool has something for everyone. Check out more of Outschool’s Thanksgiving classes to find your perfect holiday course.