Incredible Edible Science: Recipes for Developing Science and Literacy Skills

Incredible Edible Science: Recipes for Developing Science and Literacy Skills

By: Elizabeth Plaster (author), Richard Krustchinsky (author)Paperback

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Make learning exciting for children with over 160 hands-on, food-based science activities, each with a strong literacy connection. Incredible Edible Science provides everything needed to teach important science process skills in a safe, developmentally appropriate way. These cross-curricular activities promote brain development and fully engage children though physical involvement-such as exploring balance and texture as they create popcorn ball structures, classifying and patterning different types of cereal, and investigating fractions with biscuits-and participation in literacy and language components such as phonemic awareness, vocabulary development, and following directions. After the activity is complete, children can eat their work!

About Author

Liz Plaster, MEd, is a 30-year veteran early childhood professional. Experience as a teacher, mentor, and administrator in a variety of settings has given her the opportunity to work with many children and adults. An innovative and motivational workshop leader and presenter on the national level, she also coaches and consults. Rick Krustchinsky has taught at the elementary, junior high, and college levels for over 30 years and is currently a professor of education at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. He holds a doctorate from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781605540177
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9781605540177
  • ISBN10: 160554017X

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