Cooking is such a fun activity that sneakily incorporates a lot of learning. Shhh. Don’t tell your kids. If you have work avoidant kiddos – the ones that will do annnnnything to get out of doing even a tiny bit of work – you better make cooking a part of your curriculum. You can target turn taking, commenting, vocabulary, sequencing, following directions, answering wh- questions, listening comprehension, and reading comprehension all while making something delicious to eat. It’s a win/win.
Here are two of my favs:
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