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Speech Language Therapy in the Kitchen: Best Ever Cookie Recipe & Activity Set

Lisa Geary
Grade Levels
PreK - 8th
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9 pages
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Lisa Geary


Target a variety of speech-language skills in this functional activity that students will love! This cooking activity from Lisa Geary of LiveSpeakLove offers a practical, motivating way to address receptive and expressive language skills, social communication skills, occupational therapy skills, academic skills and more! This tried and true recipe from the LiveSpeakLove kitchen will engage learners as they participate in this cross-curricular, multi-modal learning activity. Potential targets include:
•receptive and expressive vocabulary (labeling, object identification, compare and contrast)
•cooking/kitchen safety
•formulation of verbal requests
•quantitative vocabulary
•measurement and estimation
•descriptive vocabulary
•following sequential directions
•ordinal and sequential vocabulary
•answering WH questions
•recall and retell of sequential events
•cooperative group work
•use of core vocabulary

What you get:
Nine (9) pages total including:
•Cover page with real color photograph of Best Ever Cookies
•Cooking Safety page to review safe practices, visual supports for each “rule” provided
•Ingredients Page with full-color visual depictions detailing type and quantity of each ingredient
•Directions Pages– Part One and Part Two – detailed visual directions in sequence to provide detailed instructions to create the Best Ever Cookies
•WH Question Stimuli Page – to target WH questions, formulation of responses, recall and vocabulary (for use as you make the cookies, or after you finish to revisit concepts and target recall/memory skills)
•Sequential Event Page – For formulation of recipe summary and retell of events; uses graphic organizer with sequential terms as visual support. Pair with visual direction pages as needed for differentiated supports
•Taste Test page – visual support for use of core vocabulary to express preference/like/dislike. Can also be used to tally survey data of group or as a conversational support when students offer other people a cookie to try.

Look for more Speech Language Therapy in the Kitchen resources from LiveSpeakLove, coming soon!
Total Pages
9 pages
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