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Goldilocks and Porridge...

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by greenmacca70, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. When we do this we look at the difference before and after the porridge has been in the microwave. The children notice that is thinner and cold before it goes in and thicker and very hot when it comes out. they then choose a topping and eat it but this is not the planned part of the lesson.
     
  2. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    There are lots of lovely language possibilities here, so think in terms of KUW. No cooking activitiy is a waste of time.
     
  3. I've had the children weighing the porridge for the 3 bears. They used counting bears and weighed out 2 bears for baby bear, 4 bears for Mummy and 8 bears for Daddy. Messy lesson but they loved it.
     

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