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A Recipe for Writing: Fairy Tale Feasts
|Grades||2 – 4|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Three 50-minute sessions|
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY
- Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook for Young Readers & Eaters by Jane Yolen and Heidi E.Y. Stemple
- Computers with Internet access (for each student)
- Recipe Card (printed on cardstock or heavy paper)
- Sample Recipe
- Three Ways to Bind a Handmade Book printout and book binding supplies
- San Diego Zoo.org Kid Territory: Recipes
This site includes some some fun, easy recipes for kids to read and try.
- Recipes for Kids
Included on this site are plenty of recipes for kids to try - from pizza to pancakes!
- Cooking with Kids - Easy Childrens Recipes for Kids of All Ages
Cooking with kids is fun and easy. These easy childrens recipes will get kids in kitchen cooking and having fun!
- Locate Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook for Young Readers & Eaters in your classroom library, your local library, or a bookseller. Familiarize yourself with the content and the images within the book. Choose a few fairy tales and recipes to share with the class.
- Preview the following websites: San Diego Zoo.org Kid Territory: Recipes, Recipes for Kids, and Cooking with Kids. Bookmark these websites on your classroom or lab computers.
- Photocopy the Recipe Card (printed on cardstock or heavy paper) and the Sample Recipe for students.
- Gather the book binding supplies for the class recipe book (based on the binding method you choose from the Three Ways to Bind a Handmade Book printout).