Holidays are all about traditions. One of my classroom’s favorite Thanksgiving tradition is cooking a big Thanksgiving feast. We have so much fun. Over the years, we’ve streamlined the process to make it a little bit less chaotic but that dang pile of dishes after is just unavoidable!
Stuffing is always a classroom favorite!
Use a visual schedule to show which item kids are making!
Go grocery shopping for ingredients a week ahead of time!
If you do community outings, this is a great one because it’s so meaningful. You can shop for the items you will be cooking with to teach students the connection between cooking and shopping!
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