My kids LOVE cooking. Who wouldn’t the activity ends with a yummy and edible treat? But guess what? This teacher LOVES cooking just as much as her hungry kiddos. Cooking works on so many important skills such as sequencing, turn taking, measuring, counting, colors, and more. And the best part of it all? I have zero behavior issues during this highly motivating activity! I’ll take it!
Halloween is one of my classroom’s favorite holidays so we will be going all out this month and adding in a bunch of yummy cooking tasks to celebrate. These cooking activities are perfect because they are short and sweet! They incorporate well into my daily schedule and I can actually use this activity as part of our behavior management system (cooking is added to my token economy reinforcer menu!). Check out our Halloween Treats and Snacks Visual Recipes!
How delicious and fun are these! One a week for the month plus a few to sneak us into November!
Also, I love this simple interactive comprehension activity that comes with this set. I can easily set up visual comprehension questions with minimal prep!
There is also a higher level comprehension worksheet – perfect for my readers!
Enjoy and happy cooking!
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