All the prep and cooking going on made the room smell a lot better than it used to. Rules of the Spaghetti and Marshmallow Tower Lab The spaghetti, small marshmallows, and tape can be broken or torn to accommodate the tower.
This is pretty obvious, but I would make sure to include a planning period into the activity. Their towers were more structurally sound than those that came from my honors classes.
This was a great activity and would be fun to repeat later on in the year. Spaghetti and Marshmallow Tower Lab Materials 20 pieces of spaghetti per group 20 small marshmallows per group 1 large marshmallow per group 1 foot of tape per group 1 piece of paper The objective of the lab is simple.
My second place tower was 55 cm. The tallest tower that I measured was 60 cm. The large marshmallow cannot be modified. Each group needs to construct a tower that will support one large marshmallow at the top. I purchased that lab from TpTbut only used it as a guideline.
So you can imagine how stoked I was to see chef Derek Gray walking through the room with some Prime Rib covered in wagyu beef fat and peppercorns. The large marshmallow can be anywhere in the structure but I will only measure to the top of it. Students will have 25 minutes to build their tower.
The staff — both front and back of house — are going to be put through their paces before they make first contact with any customers. It sounded so good at the time of writing that there may have been some drool involved. The group that builds the highest free-standing tower wins the competition.
I was invited in over the weekend for a look in the midst of staff training. The students really enjoyed this lab and were engaged throughout the entire activity. I have a feeling that students would take a much more calculated approach if they had a chance to build a second tower.
Students will have to use a 5 minute planning period to sketch a blueprint of their design.
The measurement will be taken from the base of the tower to the top of the large marshmallow. I changed around the parameters quite a bit.
Honestly, it was a little bit discombobulating. Hell, even he was stoked… I was also thrilled to see fat raviolos in mid-construction, baked ziti coming out of the oven, and fresh cannelloni being rolled before my eyes. Last week my class participated in a spaghetti and marshmallows tower building lab.
Only a handful of tables were covered in table cloths and properly set for the sake of training yesterday. The tower below has a great blueprint that went with it.
The towers that had the best chance of competing for the tallest tower came from groups that did a bit of planning before getting started. So is the little bar, the chandeliers, the front room floors, the kitchen pass, the plates, the glassware, the silver, et cetera. They were just beginning this process — working on floor protocols and service scenarios — as I was shooting the room.
The one thing that I found very interesting in this lab was that my on-level classes were outperforming my honors level classes. The winning tower is below.
Take a closer look: She built this directly from her drawing which was fun to watch.Book now at Pepino's Spaghetti House in Vancouver, BC.
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