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Kids in the Kitchen Unit for children and teenagers. No textbook needed. The lesson plan page indicates objectives, resources needs, activities, provisions for individual accommodations, character education, and integrated academics.
I'm a former Home Economics/Family & Consumer Science teacher. My students in California and Alabama loved this Mini unit.
Kitchen Safety and Sanitation Handout and Key.
Twenty one recipes are included. Some require no electricity, some require an electric mixer but no cooking, some require an oven, and some require a blender.
Kids in the Kitchen Unit can easily be expanded upon, or you may pick and choose which activities fit your needs. The Unit could run as long as short as one hour or as long as a week, depending on how many recipes you choose.
Who can use:
Great for elementary and middle school for fun activities to integrate science, math, and reading. Great for the following courses: Cooking, Home Economics, Family & Consumer Science, Parenting, Child Development, Parent Education, Life Skills, Craft, Activities, Holiday Lessons, and Homeschoolers.
Other items for sale that correspond:
I have a corresponding Kids in the Kitchen PowerPoint. This is a PDF version, but there is WORD version available at a higher cost in the event that you prefer to make changes.
I also have recipes for sale and other cooking items, including Good Enough Muffins Powerpoint which gives text and visual directions. Also, check out my Recipes for Teenagers: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Recipes-for-Teenagers-by-Kim-Holdbrooks-Townsel-2013-841784