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Kitchen Appliances and Utensils: Home Living / Daily Living

For Teachers 9th - 12th
There are so many different types of tools we use in the kitchen, everyday. Help your special needs learner discover how to recognize, identify, and use various kitchen utensils and appliances. Using picture cards and drill prompting,...
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Eating Utensils

For Teachers K
In this practical living worksheet, students focus on the usage of eating utensils. Students cut out the foods provided and paste them on the plate with the fork or the spoon according to that which would be used.
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Kitchen Utensils 1

For Students 1st - 12th
For this online interactive English skills worksheet, students answer 10 matching questions that require them to match kitchen utensils to their names. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
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Circle the Utensils We Use When Cooking

For Students Pre-K - 2nd
In this utensils worksheet, students circle the utensils we use when we are cooking. Students have 7 objects to choose from and circle the correct ones.
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Foreign Language: At the Dinner Table

For Teachers K - 5th
Students demonstrate basic foreign language vocabulary by naming various dinner table utensils. Using construction paper as placemats, they glue plastic utensils to it as the teacher calls out the items in the foreign language.
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Vocabulary Unit 8

For Students 4th - 5th
In this kitchen vocabulary learning exercise, students match up sixteen words to their phonetic pronunciation and then picture the word. Students then draw their mental pictures of sixteen kitchen utensils in the sixteen frames provided.
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Let's Bake a Cake for the Baker

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Pupils get into groups, and are given a cake mix, a recipe, utensils, and paper and pencils. One group observes another group while they go through the process of following the recipe and making the cake. They take notes and make...
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Taco Grande

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
What do you use to chop an onion or brown the meat? Learners with special needs read through a taco recipe, then use it to complete three different academic development activities. They circle the best utensil for the job, match each...
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All About Arthropods

For Students 4th - 6th
Use a dichotomous key to classify these squirmy bugs. A paragraph provides fifth graders with some background knowledge on the animal kingdom, and explains how to use a branching key for classification. They then determine which bugs...
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What's in My Kitchen?

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students examine a variety of kitchen utensils.  For this wood and alternative materials lesson, students view examples of kitchen utensils, sort kitchen utensils, discuss the benefits of using one utensil over the other and estimate how...
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The Breakfast Table

For Students 1st - 2nd
In this vocabulary interactive learning exercise, students type the eight names of the utensils displayed in the illustration and complete an eight word word scramble.
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It's a Pen

For Students K - 2nd
In this trace and write worksheet, students trace and write sentences about writing utensils. Students trace and write 10 lines.
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Disposables and Deforestation

For Students 6th - 12th
Ever think about the impact those cool disposable chopsticks have on the environment? Read about a group of students in Beijing who created a forest using nothing but tossed out chopsticks. Find out how this artistic endeavor is making a...
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A Place at the Table

For Teachers 12th
Twelfth graders set up a formal table setting in their classroom. Individually, they identify the proper serving or eating utensil for the various courses of a meal. To end the lesson, they discuss and role-play proper table manners and...
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Writing Communication

For Teachers Pre-K - K
After closely examining a Japanese writing box, learners explore writing tools and the importance of written communication. Don't have a Japanese writing box? Not to worry! There are beautiful images of one embedded in the resource. A...
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Needs of Living Things: Post-Assessment

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
Assess your class's knowledge of the needs of living things with the final instructional activity in a series. Given a large piece of paper and coloring utensils, young scientists draw a picture of themselves and a plant or animal of...
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Aboriginal Plant Use in South-Eastern Australia

For Students 9th - 12th
The Aboriginal people of Australia survived for over 40,000 years by using the plants that grow in the bush for food, medicine, tools, and utensils. Introduce young botanists to the wonders of the Outback with a 25-page packet that...
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Sculpture: Exploring Pop Art: Creating

For Teachers K - 4th
Learners work in teams to create collaborative sculptures of food. They are required to create the food, dishes, and utensils needed to display their work. Note: This is a team building and design exercise.
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To Market

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Students examine the process of cooking a meal. In this cooking background lesson, students explore cooking utensils, recipes, songs, and literature. They go through stations that encourage dramatic play and hands-on exploration of...
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Matching Preposition Pictures

For Students 3rd - 4th
Your youngest grammarians learn the prepositions between, up, top, down, bottom, in, out, over, under, after, and before. After being introduced to each, have them use a marker, pen, or drawing utensil to join the preposition listed to...
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Our Five Senses

For Teachers K
While students are at their desks, you can show this simple PowerPoint about the five senses. Each sense includes an activity for students to complete, like drawing something that smells good. This presentation calls for the following...
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The Great Jellybean Hunt

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Young scholars model natural selection by acting as predators of jellybeans. In this evolution instructional activity, students use plastic utensils to pick up jellybeans. They use different colors of backgrounds to demonstrate the...
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Fresh Fruit Smoothie

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Learners explore healthy eating by researching recipes. In this fruit smoothie lesson, students utilize a blender, yogurt, cutting utensils and several different fruits to create a healthy drink which is good for the body. Learners...
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Ocean Exploration

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Students explore whales. In this animal adaptation and whale lesson, students access prior knowledge about whales from previous lessons, then use background knowledge to predict the eating strategies of a baleen whale and a toothed...

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