You will need
- Ironing board
- A4 paper
- Coloured pens or pencils
- Baking trays
- Wooden spoons
- Parchment paper
- 1 egg
- 50g caster sugar
- 50g plain flour
- 5 tsp sunflower oil
- Pinch of salt
- Muffin tin (or some cups)
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Supervise young people appropriately when they’re using scissors. Store all sharp objects securely, out of the reach of young people.
Teach young people how to use cooking equipment safely. Supervise them appropriately throughout. Make sure it’s safe to use and follow manufacturers’ guidelines for use.
Check for allergies before you begin and read the guidance on food safety. Make sure you have suitable areas for storing and preparing food and avoid cross contamination of different foods.
- Hot tools
- Tools such as irons and glue guns produce a lot of heat. Never touch the hot metal parts. Use them under adult supervision and on a suitable surface, protecting it if necessary.
- Don’t leave hot tools unattended and be careful near combustible materials such as wood, textiles, or paper. Make sure there’s a fire extinguisher and a first aid kit (with items to treat burns) nearby.
- Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper use. You may need to use gloves and safety goggles with glue guns.
Make it accessible
All Scout activities should be inclusive and accessible.