After a cooking activity, students complete this journal. They state what they made and then list the steps they followed to complete the recipe. The students can either write in their responses, or if the teacher uses Boardmaker pictures, there is enough room for the students to cut and glue on pictures of each step.
Great for life skills. This is a generic form, so it can be used for multiple cooking activities. It stimulates the children's minds, because they must list the steps in completing the recipe.