January Visual Recipes with REAL Pictures ( for special education )

January Visual Recipes with REAL Pictures ( for special education )

This can be used to help students not in the appropriate grade.

Included: PDF, 72 Pages

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JANUARY VISUAL RECIPES – 5 visual recipes featuring REAL photos of each step, for January.| 5 visual recipes with REAL pictures of each step for the month of January.

You can use this collection of recipes as a way to get your students cooking, while also helping with IEP goals.

Here’s a video preview.


• Recipe card (that lists kitchen tools and ingredients needed)

• Visual recipe and sequencing mat

• Adapted visual recipe workpages

• Pages to create a visual recipe file folder

• 4” sequencing cards

• Comprehension questions

• Recipe survey

• …and more!

Each recipe includes a digital visual recipe.

What recipes are included?

• Hot Cocoa Dip

• Lunch Box Kabobs

• Melted Snowmen

• Snow Mix

• Cranberry and Raisin Logs

Send me an email if you’d like to view a complete list of ingredients prior to purchasing.


• Want to know what kitchen supplies are essential to a smooth classroom cooking lesson? You can find out more at This blog post

• Want to know the only kitchen tools you need for cooking in any classroom? This is the place to look. This blog post

Also, you might like: Enjoy 35+ Fun Food Friday Recipes

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We are grateful for your interest and wish you a happy career in teaching.

I loved teaching my students how to prepare healthy meals in the classroom. Instructions are easy to follow, and the resources are available in many formats.

These visual recipes are a hit with my students as well as mine! I was able adapt them to my own cooking lesson using COVID guidelines.


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