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This bundle will span you the length of an entire school year with a different no bake recipe every Friday for cooking in the classroom. Traditionally, cooking inside of the classroom is not something that we hear, talk about or even teach. It's something our students do at home with their families. Well, I'm here to tell you that that is a thing of the past! What Does "No Bake" Mean?It means that you will not need a stove or an oven. You will need access to a microwave.Download the preview for
Not Grade Specific
MEAL PREP TASK CARDS!Knowing how to select the necessary items needed to make a meal or a snack is an essential life skills task that is often difficult to teach in the classroom. Let's face it, these are not items we have readily available in our classrooms! One of my former students had this as an IEP goal, so in trying to figure out how I was going to teach this goal without hauling my entire kitchen into school was my inspiration for these task cards.Students find the ingredients and cooking
Thank you for checking out my Cooking & Craft Visual Recipe Pack!This pack will allow your clients or students to easily follow & make cooking and craft recipes. It is perfect for incorporating cooking into classroom lessons and group sessions. It can also be used as a cooking curriculum for your students throughout the year.There are 10 recipes for each season (fall, winter, spring, & summer). Additionally, it includes 10 recipes that can be used anytime throughout the year. *The re
This pack of 34 worksheets is great for your early learners or special education students who are working on cooking skills such as identifying various measuring cups and spoons! Worksheets are differentiated to meet the needs of all of your beginning learners. This packet contains the most common measuring cups and spoons: 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup, 1 tablespoon, 1/2 tablespoon, 1 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, and 1/4 teaspoon.Download the preview to see ALL worksheets included.Print and go! O
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Want to practice cooking skills in your classroom but can't cook or eat food? Or do you just want to have fun making something your students can also play with? Then these sensory recipes are for you!! Included are recipes for: Play Dough Oobleck (slime) Flubber Kinetic Sand Silly Putty Cloud Dough Note: All of these recipes include measurements such as tablespoons and cups so that your students can get that practice HOWEVER don't feel like you need to stick with those. You can be flexible and
YEAR BUNDLE * 5 visual recipes for each month (60 total no bake recipes) with REAL pictures of each step for an entire year of cooking in the classroom. Use this bundle of recipes to cook with your students in the classroom, foster those super important life skills, and work on those IEP goals and objectives... all at the same time!Watch a video preview here.Try two visual recipes free here.EACH RECIPE INCLUDES:• Recipe card (that lists kitchen tools and ingredients needed)• Visual recipe and se
This packet includes 13 Follow along recipes. 6 of the recipes are sold separately. Puppy Chow, Ice Cream in a Baggie, Hamburger Helper, French Toast, Peanut Butter Bars and Chocolate Oatmeal Bars. New Recipes include: Grilled Cheese English Muffin Pizzas Pancakes Taco's Rice Crispy Treats Cool Whip Cookies Dirt Cups All recipes are very basic and use different styles. Some worksheets have questions regarding the recipe. I use these with my special education young adults. Be sure to ch
6th - 12th, Adult Education
A collection of popular vegetables: artichoke, asparagus, green beans, broccoli, beetroot, mushrooms, carrots, chick peas, cauliflower, cabbage, brussels sprouts, garlic, celery, eggplant (aubergine), chili pepper, marrow, olive, cucumber, corn, spinach, squash, potato, radish, tomato, different colored peppers, sweet potato, onion, pumpkin, leek, zucchini, peas, lettuce. 69 images (37 in color and 32 in B&W) This set contains all of the images shown. Images saved at 300dpi in PNG files.
Invite your young learners to make and serve hot chocolate, tea, and coffee at their very own HOT DRINK CAFE dramatic play center. They can use menus to choose their drink, complete an order form, and act just like their parents do when they visit their favorite coffee shop! This is a great center to set up during your Winter Unit.Easy, Print & Go PDF:Includes everything you need to set up a Hot Drink Cafe in your dramatic play center.★ Open/Closed Sign ★ Hot Drink Cafe Menu (in full color)★
COOK TO LEARN!Cooking in the classroom is so much fun and is such an easy way to sneak in so many learning opportunities!!Cooking is not only an essential life skill, it is a great opportunity to teach students essential literacy and mathematical skills. Through cooking and working with recipes, students are exposed to reading, sequencing, following directions, measurement; and other mathematical operations, and they have fun while doing it! Cooking also serves as a fabulous way to get students
Here is a different way to cook with kids that is kid-centered, fun, and very, very hands-on. Kids feel a sense of pride and accomplishment as they follow the recipes - often with little adult help to create something yummy. These recipes can easily be used with a whole class by setting up a cooking center and calling kids back a few at time. With these recipes: - Each child makes his or her own product - Easy to follow, pictorial recipes - Can be used at a Cooking Center during a free choic
16 page math packet for the grocery store. Students will need to find foods/products in different sections of the store. Some items need to just be found for price. Students will be adding, comparing, and finding the difference in price of items. They will have to find items on sale and compare name brands from generic or store brands. Please look over preview before purchasing. I hope you and your kids enjoy!
ALL NEW FOR 2016!"Rudolph is Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree..." This reindeer packet is full of math and literacy fun! Eight different activities teach graphing, story problems, measurement, comprehension strategies (characters change), concepts of print, cooking, "how-to" nonfiction writing, and sight words. The children will sing, play, and work as they "rock along" with learning fun!(c) 2010/16 - Kim Adsit. Permission is granted to original purchasers to reproduce material as designated o
PreK - 1st
| Life Skills | Recipe | Comprehension | Cooking | Special Education | Reading | Real World | BUNDLE |Interested in teaching functional reading and writing and class? You can't get much more functional than reading and writing using recipes!!With this bundle, you will be set with FORTY TWO recipes!!Each recipe comes with 10 questions. That means you and your class will be able to have 420 comprehension questions to answer!Here are the specific recipes in this bundle:Recipe Unit 1:English Muffins
These recipes, worksheets, and books make it easy to teach and practice cooking skills in the classroom! There are 7 recipe packs (totaling 14 recipes) included in this bundle!Spaghetti and Macaroni and CheeseCake and CupcakesHot Cocoa and TeaPudding and JelloNachos and QuesadillasSmoothies and MilkshakesSandwichesIncluded in each recipe is:Visual Recipe (one page)Cut and Paste Worksheets (use for multiple student levels)Review Worksheets (two levels)Interactive Recipe Book (great for practice c
PreK - 12th
This fun bakery set is great for sequencing, financial activities, stories, dramatic play and more. This set is packed with images allowing you the flexibility to use this set in a number of ways.You will receive 59 high-quality image files, which includes 30 color images and 29 black & white images in png. All clip art images are 300dpi for better scaling and printing.This set includes:*(2) Standing bakers: 1 boy, 1 girl* (2) baker faces: 1 boy, 1 girl* Girl decorating cake with icing* Gir
1 page worksheets on kitchen safety. Answer key is only suggestions.
3rd - 12th, Adult Education
This AAC set was created to help you complete simple cooking lessons for AAC users and other students working on developing language skills. It focuses on one core word per recipe. 7 Recipes are included in this set.  The cooking tools required include: microwave, plate, knife, fork, spoon, bowl, and Ziplock bags.DOWNLOAD this bundle if you want to:Have a ready-made resource for your AAC usersHave activities on hand to send home as ‘homework’ with parentsFun ways to implement AAC core vocabulary
PreK - 10th
Tasty Tuesday is a delicious way to give your students a concrete example about which to write. Everything you need is included to implement this program with your class or entire grade level. Check out this blog post to see how Tasty Tuesday can look in your classroom! *Download the preview for a complete description and free recipe!*
There are 9 pages in total. 3 cut and paste worksheets and 6 almost identical pages that can be used to cut and laminate for an activity center task. The preview pictures shown are the cut and paste worksheets. The addtional sheets have an extra added row at the bottom and the answer dials on another page.
7th - 12th, Adult Education
This is the first of two food collections. There are more foods in FOODS 2 Clip Art Bundle This is a collection of 5 sets of food clip art that can be found in a supermarket and grocery store. 108 images (54 in color and the same 54 in B&W) Sets and images in this collection are: Dairy Foods Clip Art Bundle Images in this set include milk, cheeses, yogurts, butter, margarine, cottage cheese, eggs, cream, milk. 20 images (10 in color and the same 10 in B&W) Food~Meat Clip Art Bundl
DIFFERENTIATED functional reading activity worksheets for special education students.This comes with:Level 1 - Cut & Paste WorksheetLevel 2 - Write in Answers WorksheetAdditional Idea for Use:Turn the cut & paste worksheet into a file folder or work task box activity by laminating it and having pre-cut velcro pieces to use.★★ Does not come with menus. Get free to-go menus at the front of a restaurant or you can also view/print tons from on the internet or Yelp if you don't have any. Exa
Where do I store it? Where does the food go? Where do you keep the food? - Freezer, Refrigerator, or Pantry? Great age-appropriate Life Skills activity for special education with real images!This comes with:64 task cards limited field of 3 answer choicesCover page for task boxComes with 1 blank task card (add your own image or use it with a store ad item).Extension questions for group lesson or higher level students.Numbered task cards for easy data collection. Download FREE progress monitoring/
Life Skills Menu Math, Reading, and Money Practice - Ultimate Bundle Pack!Interested in using menus in your class to teach functional math and reading skills? You have come to the right place!I have decided to bundle my popular Menu Math Series! By buying all 4, you get to save 20%!!Purchase Includes:Arbys ($5): Click Here!Subway ($5): Click Here!Starbucks ($5): Click Here!Dominos ($5): Click Here!All of these separately would cost $20. Get this bundle for only $16. That is 20% off!Interested in

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