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Mandarin Orange Cake Recipes
Future bakers, cooks, or party planners will benefit most from this lesson in using proportional relationships to alter recipes. Everyone brings in a favorite dessert recipe, and they work to half, double, or triple it. Practical and delicious, this home economics and vocational lesson is also fantastic for developing math skills!
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Designed
Whole Language Reading: Pumpkin Pie Baking Activity
Fill your classroom with the delicious aroma of freshly baked pumpkin pie using this fun language arts lesson. Beginning with a class reading of the book Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman, learners practice identifying rhyming words, making predictions, and answering questions to demonstrate their comprehension of the story.
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed
Using Recipes to Add Fractions and Convert Improper Fractions to Proper Fractions or Mixed Numbers
Students use recipes to add fractions and convert improper fractions to proper fractions and mixed numbers. In this fraction lesson plan, students watch a video on someone making a recipe and compare and change the recipes to fit the fractions they are supposed to make.
4th - 7th Math
New Review Let's Cook!
Recipes, tasting activities, images of fruits and veggies, fun food facts... you name it, this resource has it! Your class will be cooking up wonderful dishes in no time with these materials. Included here are recipes, handouts, worksheets, and more for a beginner course and an advanced course.
K - 7th Health
New Review Discovering DNA: The Recipe for Life
A pinch of adenine, a dash of thymine and ta-da, you have life! Well its not quite that simple, but through this series of activities and experiments young scientists learn about the structure of DNA and how it contains the recipe for creating new life.
4th - 9th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Favorite family recipes and cuisenaire rods are used to help learners understand fractions. They bring in recipes from home and then use their cuisenaire rods to model the fractional values needed to prepare various dishes. A great way to build interest while providing a concrete representation of the sometimes tricky concept of fractions.
1st - 3rd Math
Rice Is All Around Us!
Students grasp the complexity and similarities of traditional foods in various countries and cultures. Then they compare and contrast family food traditions with their classmates. Students also create a decorated box to store recipes gathered from a variety of cultures.
1st - 6th Social Studies & History
Shake 'n Go Fractions
Scholars watch a PowerPoint presentation that introduces them to equivalent fractions. They practice working with equivalent fractions using an Internet-based tool. Then they participate in a cooperative group activity in which they rewrite a recipe using equivalent fractions.
Worksheet 6: Reading: Recipe for Beignets
Travel to New Orleans for their warm, sweet beignets, or bring a piece of New Orleans to your classroom by baking the delicious treats with your third and fourth graders! If baking them isn't possible, at least review the recipe for a clear set of step-by-step instructions.
3rd - 4th Health
Souper Wheelies: Recipe Activity
Your special education class can use this simple recipe for more than just cooking. They'll find correctly spelled words, put words from the recipe in ABC order, circle the correct measurement, and identify items that are in recipe by circling the correct picture.
10th - Higher Ed 21st Century Skills
Measurement and Conversion of Units in a Recipe
In a cross-curricular measurement and literacy lesson, your class will identify and compare cooking measurement instruments. They read a recipe and sequence a set of similar instructions in which the steps have been mixed up. Additionally, they practice measurement conversion and ratio while solving a word problem that asks the students to use only a tablespoon to estimate their measurements while following a cookie recipe.
4th - 5th Math
Learners research ingredients typically found in cookies. They write recipes for creative cookies, using standard measurements and imaginative ingredients. Students illustrate the ingredients for their recipes and the baked product. They make cookies with their recipes and taste test results.
Pre-K - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
How do you make a pizza? Scholars examine a recipe for one of their favorite dishes. After reading the eight steps, they must re-write the steps in order. Although this offers great printing practice, younger writers may find the narrow lines difficult to stay within.
1st - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed