Presentation on theme: "By doing so, they: Can distinguish what can be read (text) and what cannot (images.) Can identify and follow the order of steps in a recipe. Can recognize."— Presentation transcript:
By doing so, they: Can distinguish what can be read (text) and what cannot (images.) Can identify and follow the order of steps in a recipe. Can recognize the name of food products.
Breakfast parfait Ingredients ½ cup canned fruit or frozen fruit ½ cup granola ½ cup oat cereal or corn flakes 1/3cup yogurt 1/2cup fresh fruit
Steps 1. Layer ingredients in a drinking glass. 2. Choose a fruit. Place half of the fruit in the glass 3. Choose a cereal. Place half of the cereal in the glass.
4. Choose a yogurt. Place half of the yogurt in the glass. 5. Repeat layers.
6. Top with a piece of fruit. Serve immediately.
By doing so, they: Can identify topic, purpose, and intended audience. Can recognize names and figures that represent cardinal numbers. Can select words to complete instructions. Establish correspondences between the writing and reading of words.
Materials Orange plastic lid Black permanent marker Scrap of green craft foam White craft glue
Steps: 1.Wash and dry lids to be sure there are no food or beverage residues. 2.Use marker to draw jack-o'-lantern faces onto the lid.
3. Cut a small square of green craft foam and glue it to the top of the pumpkin.
Tips: 1. Instead of a marker, you can cut shapes from black or yellow foam and glue them to the plastic lid. 2. Make these into cute refrigerator magnets by filling the lid with modeling clay and attaching a magnet. 3. Make a whole bunch of these and create your own pumpkin checkers game!