Visual Recipes for Special Education: Desserts

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The Autism Helper
Grade Levels
PreK - 1st
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10 pages
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I have not been able to try all of the recipes yet, but so far my students have loved the end results as well as the visuals on the recipes, being very excited to follow the steps.
Kids loved making the desserts. Simple recipes, pictures for each step, not too complicated, especially when you are working virtually and parent or aide is helping the child at home.


This packet contains the visual recipe and comprehension worksheet for Rice Krispies, Chocolate Pie (no bake!), and fruit salad. Cooking is a fun and motivating activity that is great for language development, sequencing, fine motor skills, reading, and following directions! Great for children with special needs or early elementary grades!

Do your students love cooking? Grab some more recipes:

Visual Recipes: French Toast and Caramel Apples

Visual Recipes: Quick Snacks

Visual Recipes: Drinks

Visual Recipes: Easy Dinner

Visual Recipes: Summer Treats and Snacks

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