21 cooking activities
22 task cards
3 anchor charts
Food: cinnamon toast, hashbrowns, smoothies, jello, pudding, cheese nachos, dip, guacamole, salsa, sandwich, pizza, pasta, cheesecake, pigs in a blanket, ice cream cake, chicken noodle soup, cinnamon buns, bread, cookies, muffins, banana bread
This resource aims to expose students to the important life skill of cooking, while at the same time reinforcing sequencing skills, procedural words and oral communication skills. Exposing students to the different flavors, textures, and actions of cooking incorporates new language and into your classroom. Cooking lends itself to promoting spontaneous talk amongst students, which is a great way to reinforce skills students are learning in speech therapy. It is also a way to foster friendships and build commonality amongst students.
There are 21 different cooking activities within this resource. Within each of the 21 cooking activities, there is a task card, a sheet of visuals for the student sequencing worksheet, a sequencing and reflection worksheet (supported with dot math numbers and printing lines), a level one sequence list (supported with a word bank and mountain letters), and a level two sequence list (supported with a word bank and printing lines). In total there are 22 task cards, 64 worksheets and 3 anchor charts.
Please note that this resource does not contain recipes or measurement activities. It offers the sequence for various easy to bake/cook items. Many recipes are copyrighted and I do not wish to infringe upon them by including them. Recipes are easy to find online and you may have your own favorites stashed away in your cupboard or marked in your cookbooks.