Kitchen Math: Homemade Apple Cider

What do you notice?
  • Today’s kitchen math discussion: “What do you notice?”
  • Next Inquiry: “What don’t you know?”
  • Investigation: Materials: paper/pencils/colored pencils/crayons or family learning journals (back of journal). Remind them to turn to the next available page and date it. Ask them to write the name for today’s kitchen math.
  • Inquire: “How would you re-create this recipe?”;  “What ingredients do you see?”;   “What if there are other ingredients we don’t notice?” *Let them have 5-6 minutes to draft their thoughts (without talking). When they are finished, have them share how they came to their conclusions.
What do you notice?
  • Next Inquiry: “What didn’t we know?” Ask them if having the list of ingredients makes a difference in what they first drafted as a recipe.
  • Kitchen Lab: Discuss: “What type should we add to a shopping list that would help us make this recipe? *Invite them to investigate what is in the pantry and what they would need on their shopping list. “Let’s investigate… let’s go shopping!”

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