This resource was created to help target some very important skills for students with special needs: cooking and kitchen safety skills! Providing direct instruction in these areas is just as important (some may argue more important...) than many of the academic skills we focus on in school. Learning to prepare snacks and meals leads to more independent outcomes for our students later in life and learning to do so safely is the only way to ensure this independence!
Included in this resource is:
1. A PDF & Editable version of the Functional Cooking Curriculum Checklist (Note this is an excerpt from the larger Daily Living Skills Curriculum Resource). The checklist includes 82 cooking skills. The 10 skill areas addressed are: Identifies Kitchen Tools, Appliances, Vocabulary and Other Concepts, Kitchen Safety, Serves Foods and Beverages, Uses Cooking Tools, Prepares Cold Foods, Heats/Re-Heats Prepared Foods, Uses Various Cooking Appliances, Cooks Simple Foods, Follows a Recipe and Food Storage.
2. Sample skill acquisition programs for 13 skills from the first and second Skill Areas within the curriculum resource: Identifies Kitchen Tools, Appliances, Vocabulary and Other Concepts & Kitchen Safety.
3. 6 Sample Cooking lessons as well as data sheets and independent work packets for: Fruit Salad, Tossed Salad, Fruit and Yogurt Parfait, Fruit Smoothies, Cucumber a& Tomato Salad and Fruit Dip.
Note: This is a growing resource! Additional skill acquisition programs, instructional materials and cooking lessons will be added to this product. As the product grows, the price will go up. Buy early and get all updates and extras for FREE!
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