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- Students will learn how to sequence a recipe visually by using black and white or color cards and they can take home the recipe sheets to share with mom and dad. Or have them color and prepare a double-sided 12 half-sheet mini-book with all of the steps required to make s'mores. To extend the lesson$22.00$28.00Save $6.00
I've spent many years working with preschool students, students in self-contained settings, students in life skill classrooms and students with autism -- this hands-on recipe curriculum is exactly what these students need to learn and practice the skills they need in life -- activities of daily living.
When I co-treated with the occupational therapist every week, I could never find exactly what I needed for those sessions and so we winged it. I've finally created the perfect no prep resource that you can print off now (and after a quick run to the grocery store for supplies) and use right away with students this week!
Students will learn how to sequence a recipe visually by using black and white or color cards and they can take home the recipe sheets to share with mom and dad. Or have them color and prepare a double-sided 12 half-sheet mini-book with all of the steps required to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. To extend the lesson, ask students to compare and contrast ingredients by using the sheets provided, answer WH-questions about the recipe with pictures for correct pronoun usage or the WH-question task cards without pictures. With the cards that the students have already colored, they can sequence and retell the entire experience of making a special recipe.
-Pgs 4-8 – Step-by-Step Recipe
-Pgs 9-15 – Recipe Mini-Book
-Pgs 16-20 – Story Retell
-Pgs 21-30 – WH-Questions
-Pgs 31-35 – Ingredients Matching Game
-Pgs 36-40 – Compare & Contrast
-Pgs 41-46 – Color Flashcards For Retell
Pages 1-40 are all NO PREP print and go color-your-own black and white versions that can be printed immediately for the students to color or cut before or after making the recipe (depending on the students’ needs).
Pages 41-46 are meant to be printed in color and laminated for repeated use as visual aids while the students make the recipe.
**NOTE: Before making this recipe, please check to make sure students don’t have allergies to ingredients including peanut butter by asking the classroom teacher and school nurse.**
BUY THIS PRODUCT and start a weekly co-treat session with occupational therapy in one of your classrooms. You will love it and your students will be so engaged and happy. I mean, how fun is food?
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