Useful for PreK-3rd grade, Homeschool
Most commonly used for 1st-year students.
Includes PDF and 3 pages
✏️Learn how to teach your students the sequence of steps needed to make jam sandwiches. This activity teaches procedural writing to all three levels in the classroom. For distance learning, this is an easy and independent cooking method.
What is included?
3 x Make a Jam Sandwich Worksheets
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- How to brush your tooth
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- How to make a fruit-salad
- How to make snowmen
- How to make Jack O’Lanterns
- Wombat Stew
- How to make Vegemite Toast
- Decorating a gingerbread man
- How to make both a cup or a ball toy
- How to clean your hands
- How to make Anzac Biscuits
- How to make pizza
- How to make a milkshake
- Hot chocolate: How do you make it?
- How to make Milo hot
- Sun safety tips
- How to make Vegemite Sandwich
- How do you cross the road?
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They are so much fun! They are perfect for teaching different learning styles to my students. They would be great for all types of text teaching!
This activity was a great introduction to writing procedure letters. Students loved it! My fluent and emergent readers were able to recognize the difference between pictures and words thanks to the combination of words and images. This is a great resource.