Provided within are 3 "yumtivity" (food crafts) projects that can be perfect gifts for Mother's Day. Make one and save the others for future Mother's Day celebrations! One of the projects involves a little baking and the other two are no-bake. The "yumtivities" are Triple Decker Delight, Edible Flowers, and Paradise Pretzels.
These projects can be adapted to grades K-4, for both regular and special education. It's suitable for children who are emergent readers or have reading difficulties, but also works well in situations where average-good readers have the opportunity to work more independently, such as in a center or in a peer collaborative setting.
The sequencing activities can be done with or without actually doing the hands on "yumtivity" (food craft), but carrying out the hands on portion of this project certainly does enhance the learning experience.
Because the procedures for each project are illustrated pictorially, just about anyone can follow the directions and be able to put the steps in order.
The readable text sequencing pages can be used in any of 3 ways. Blank boxes precede each sentence and the appropriate step number can be written in each box. OR, each sentence step is separated by dotted lines. These sentence steps can be cut out and glued in order on another paper. Also, if you wish to leave out the text completely, you can make copies of the picture directions and have your students put them in order.
***Also comes with a really "sweet" poem for moms and some "Would you rather?" questions about Mom's food preferences.