“ I think the class gives the kids a small sense of pride,” said Morgan. “It shows they can make and create something of their own, and the results are instantaneous.”
Morgan said the class is another fun activity for parents to do with their children in the Capital District. It is also a good start for children who might show an interest in cooking because the steps for making a pizza are relatively simple.
“All kids like pizza,” Morgan said. “This is something that can teach them independence and allows them to take on a more adult role.”
The class is $15 per child and includes the lunch buffet for their parent. The next two classes are scheduled for Saturday, March 1, and Saturday, March 29, from noon to 3 p.m. To make reservations call 439-5555.