Amy Roloff, the matriarch on Little People, Big World, cranked up a good rep for her Little Kitchen treats. Known for her role in the TLC show, many fans adore her seasonal fudge. In fact, she released her summer range in June this year. Now, she invited teacher participation in a Zoom chat that involves cooking one of her recipes.
Amy Roloff invites teachers who seem rather keen
Matt Roloff’s ex-wife focuses on a new life off the farm these days. But, she still keeps her Little Kitchen going. Fans know that Amy loves baking and producing special treats in the kitchen. Sometimes, she offers giveaways like recipes. And, her website sells a range of goods like aprons, coffee, and more. But now, she turned her thoughts to teachers in the USA.
Teachers who read her latest Instagram post seem rather keen on her latest idea. Amy shared a post that read, “CALLING ALL TEACHERS! ✏️.” She explained how important celebrating teachers is. With the coronavirus, they either struggle with long-distance education or with health & safety concerns in the classroom. So she plans on showing them her support.
Idea on showing teacher support
Amy came up with a good idea. She noted, “I’m looking for a few teachers to join me on Zoom to chat and cook a recipe with me.” Teachers seemed keen on it and plenty of them followed her instructions. She explained that people may enter by “commenting on her post.” Additionally, teachers should tell her how long they worked in the education sector.
Entry into Amy Roloff’s Zoom chat and cook closes on August 28 at 12 PM ET. Amy said, “Good luck, I can’t wait to meet some of you!” Teachers seemed delighted at Amy’s idea and many of them responded. Parents also agreed that it’s a nice idea. With many people educating their kids from home, perhaps more parents understand the problems that teachers face.
Teachers face a difficult time during COVID-19
Blogs World Bank highlights some of the problems that teachers deal with right now. Notably, they face “three serious bottlenecks.” These include “stress [from] economic uncertainty,” concern for the safety of loved ones, and “anxiety about the future.” When they return to school many kids potentially “dropped out” or fell behind. Catchup and keeping everyone in the classroom safe also creates a stressful environment.
On Amy Roloff’s Instagram, one teacher wrote, “I’ve been teaching special needs students for forty years- I am now teaching my preschoolers with Autism- all online in S. Fla. I would LOVE TO CHAT – and cook with you, Amy!!! That would be a blast!” Actually, years of educational experiences popped up on the Little People, Big World star’s page.
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🍎 CALLING ALL TEACHERS! ✏️ It's always important to celebrate our teachers, but right now so many educators are in such a difficult position and I want to show them my support! I'm looking for a few teachers to join me on Zoom to chat and cook a recipe with me. Enter by commenting on this post below telling me how long you've been teaching!👇 🏫 🎒 🍏 📝 📚 The deadline to enter is 12:00PM PT on Friday, August 28th. Good luck, I can't wait to meet some of you!
One person noted, “not a teacher — but what a fantastic gesture. God bless all teachers..” What do you think? Are you a teacher? Do you agree a gesture of support sounds like a very nice thing for Amy Roloff to do? Sound off in the comments below.
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