Whether your kids enjoy helping you in the kitchen or just enjoy eating what is made there, this FREE Food Sequencing Fun Cut & Paste combines thoughts of yummy food with critical thinking and fine motor skills practice.
This FREE Food Sequencing Fun Cut & Paste activity uses everyday foods in fun ways to help kids sharpen their critical thinking and fine motor skills.
Each activity begins with a short description of how the featured food is made. Next are six pictures illustrating the steps discussed. Kids can read the description or listen as you read it to them and try to match the pictures to what is being read. Then they cut out the pictures and glue them to the worksheet. They can color the pictures first if they choose.
Eight fun food themes are included:
- making pancakes
- getting cereal ready to eat
- making and eating cookies
- making and drinking a milkshake
- getting milk to drink
- making caramel apples
- making cinnamon rolls
- making cornbread
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