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Why Cooking in the Curriculum?
Discusses how food preparation activities in the early childhood classroom can facilitate parent participation. Explains how cooking activities can involve reading, math, science, reading, writing, multicultural components, and creativity. They also provide opportunities to foster social skills, independence, and following directions. Suggests that cooking activities be short and allow hands-on experience. Includes two recipes. (KB)
Contributor: Dahl, Keith
Date Published: Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Young Children
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