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45 Recipe Procedure Words

Classroom Themes - 45 Recipe Procedure Words

  • Mostly verbs associated with the recipe procedure writing genre available with membership...
Theme Words

Recipe Procedure Theme Words List

 

stir pour blend mix bake
slice grate beat chop combine
add cut rub knead simmer
grease sift peel whisk cook
melt heat boil measure roll
weigh juice dice wash puree
spread press mash cream turn
serve procedure recipe method ingredients
butter sugar flour milk eggs
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Ideas for Use

Recipe Procedure - Suggestions for Use


  • Print out and laminate for classroom display and recipe writing reference.

  • Make a second copy for word games and hands on activities - Don't forget the '101 Ways to Use Word Cards' document has heaps and heaps of ways to use word cards.

  • Brainstorm more recipe words to add to this list and add them on the provided extra words space.

  • Play charades using these words - children perform actions for each verb.

  • Add a noun on the end of each verb, for example - boil water,  sift flour, cut carrots, knead dough, puree vegetables.

  • Use the step by step procedures concept book to write a recipe.

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