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In this one-time class, students will become chefs as they make fun sprinkle cookies. Perfect for the school lunchbox! First we will go over the recipe together. Then students will follow the steps to make the cookies. As the teacher, I will be making the recipe along with the students, providing visual and verbal guidance. As a class, we will discuss favorite cookies, snacks, and more. Asking questions and commenting are encouraged! No prior experience is needed for this class, but a basic...
This class is taught in English.
Students will practice the skills of following a recipe, sequencing, requesting help as needed, and fine motor skills of stirring and scooping ingredients.
I have used fun and engaging recipes to teach elementary students important skills like following directions, sequencing, and requesting help in the classroom environment.
Ingredients: 1 box confetti cake mix ⅓ cup vegetable oil 2 eggs Sprinkles Pastel M&M’s (can be regular size or mini; does not have to be pastel colored) Equipment: Large bowl Spoon ⅓ cup measuring cup Baking sheet Parchment paper Paper towels Oven mitt or pot holder Spatula Cooling rack or plate
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some parental guidance may be needed to crack eggs, put trays in the oven, and take trays out of the oven safely.
Karen TJD, M.S., CCC-SLP
Reading, Speech, and Language
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
22 total reviews
36 completed classes
My name is Karen Weber, and I am passionate about teaching young learners to use inferencing skills in everyday life. We make inferences when reading, watching movies, laughing at jokes, following directions, and so much more. I have my...