This is how we will be making sushi!


This morning Ms Rina and the children made sushi. This is a follow up activity that extended upon Maxwell’s interest. Yesterday Ms Rina and the children had a discussion about the ingredients that will be used to make the sushi as well as the method that will be followed to make the sushi.

These are the steps that were taken to make the sushi:

Step one of making sushi was discussing the safety rules while using the knife.

Step two was to wash and dry hands then sit at the table where the utensils and ingredients were prepared.

Step three was following the method.

Method one was Georgie scooping rice onto the seaweed wrap.

Method two was Ms Rina pressing the rice down into the sushi using the back of her spoon. Method three was Jackson placing the chicken pieces onto the rice.

Method four was Atticus choosing a variety of vegetables to place onto chicken pieces. Method five was Ms Rina wrapping the sushi mixture into a roll.

Method six was Ms Rina cutting the sushi roll to make sushi biting pieces.

Children were then able to eat the sushi which they enjoyed.




  • Outcome 3.1.8: Child making choices for their wellbeing . (EYLF)
  • Outcome 3.1.12: Assert their capabilities and independence. (EYLF)
    • Element 1.1.1 - Curriculum decision making contributes to each child’s learning and development outcomes in relation to their identify, connection with community, wellbeing, confidence as learners and effectiveness as communicators.  (NQF)
    • Each child’s current knowledge, ideas, culture, abilities and interests are the foundation of the program.  (NQF)

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