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Five in a Row Cookbook

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Grades: PreK-2

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This cookbook is a wonderful addition to our Five in a Row studies What incredible memories (and pictures!) we have of making pie to go along with "How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World " an entire Egyptian meal to go along with "The Giraffe that Walked to Paris " Mike Mulligan stew and so so many more! This cookbook has at least a couple recipes for each and every story in the Five in a Row volumes 1-3 and all the stories in the "Beyond Five in a Row" volumes 1-3 Wonderful! Wonderful!!!
March 3, 2010
Wow! What a way to get a "taste" of your unit studies! Not only do your children learn cooking skills but they also build lifelong memories of childhood This is incredibly easy to use with meal ideas for each FIAR story The prep time involves no more than checking the recipe to see what you have on hand and what you need to purchase There is also a dictionary to explain different cooking terms-fabulous! We've made paella to go with Ferdinand cabbage soup to go with Another Celebrated Dancing Bear and even created our own "seaside diner" to go with Night of the Moonjellies We absolutely love this cookbook and look forward to ending our unit each week with a wonderful meal It's great to expose my children to foods from different cultures and it really "cements" the unit into their memories It is definitely worth the price and I highly recommend it
March 19, 2010
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
To introduce safety and fun in cooking.
Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
Fun supplement to the program
Bonny P on Jul 3, 2016
To introduce safety and fun in cooking.
Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
I want my children to develop a love of learning and have a hands on experience.
Sabrina H on Aug 9, 2016
Fun supplement to the program
Bonny P on Jul 3, 2016
sounded great as an accompaniment
Elgene H on Mar 7, 2016
Fun ideas for children
Andrea O on Mar 5, 2016
To use with my Five In A Row curriculum.
Kristina M on Feb 12, 2016
Have fun with the kids.
Ana A on Jan 18, 2016
I was getting the Five in a Row Vol. 1 and this looked like it would be good to add to it, since I have 3 little girls.
Rebekah R on Sep 29, 2015
I want my children to develop a love of learning and have a hands on experience.
Sabrina H on Aug 9, 2016
sounded great as an accompaniment
Elgene H on Mar 7, 2016
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    This cookbook is a wonderful addition to our Five in a Row studies What incredible memories (and pictures!) we have of making pie to go along with "How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World " an entire Egyptian meal to go along with "The Giraffe that Walked to Paris " Mike Mulligan stew and so so many more! This cookbook has at least a couple recipes for each and every story in the Five in a Row volumes 1-3 and all the stories in the "Beyond Five in a Row" volumes 1-3 Wonderful! Wonderful!!!
    March 3, 2010
    Wow! What a way to get a "taste" of your unit studies! Not only do your children learn cooking skills but they also build lifelong memories of childhood This is incredibly easy to use with meal ideas for each FIAR story The prep time involves no more than checking the recipe to see what you have on hand and what you need to purchase There is also a dictionary to explain different cooking terms-fabulous! We've made paella to go with Ferdinand cabbage soup to go with Another Celebrated Dancing Bear and even created our own "seaside diner" to go with Night of the Moonjellies We absolutely love this cookbook and look forward to ending our unit each week with a wonderful meal It's great to expose my children to foods from different cultures and it really "cements" the unit into their memories It is definitely worth the price and I highly recommend it
    March 19, 2010
  • Q & A
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    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    To introduce safety and fun in cooking.
    Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
    Fun supplement to the program
    Bonny P on Jul 3, 2016
    To introduce safety and fun in cooking.
    Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
    I want my children to develop a love of learning and have a hands on experience.
    Sabrina H on Aug 9, 2016
    Fun supplement to the program
    Bonny P on Jul 3, 2016
    sounded great as an accompaniment
    Elgene H on Mar 7, 2016
    Fun ideas for children
    Andrea O on Mar 5, 2016
    To use with my Five In A Row curriculum.
    Kristina M on Feb 12, 2016
    Have fun with the kids.
    Ana A on Jan 18, 2016
    I was getting the Five in a Row Vol. 1 and this looked like it would be good to add to it, since I have 3 little girls.
    Rebekah R on Sep 29, 2015
    I want my children to develop a love of learning and have a hands on experience.
    Sabrina H on Aug 9, 2016
    sounded great as an accompaniment
    Elgene H on Mar 7, 2016
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