This cookie craft is a writing prompt for the procedure of how to make cookies. It is perfect for ‘how to writing’ lessons and procedural writing centers.
- Sequencing pictures and sentences
- Cut and paste sorting worksheet
- Vocabulary cards
- Planning page (in 9 versions)
- Teacher instructions
- Student instructions
- Craft example
- Craft pages
The art/craft itself is a flip book. Students complete 5 easy steps to make the craft (color, cut, write, cut, and glue).
The planning pages and craft have two types of lines (dotted or plain) to choose from. This activity is therefore suitable for students from Kindergarten through to third grade. If your students are proficient writers, simply print extra writing pages. Students can glue as many as they want underneath the sundae if they would like to write more.
This craft is adorable! It is great for literacy and writing lessons, if you want a creative/art element and excellent for wall displays, door decor, or bulletin boards.
Many students hate writing lessons. But this topic is so engaging for students, what kid doesn’t love cookies?! Your students will have SO much fun during these lessons.
- Whole group lesson
- Literacy/writing centers or writer’s workshop
- Independent writing practice
- Early finishers
- Morning work
- Bulletin board/door decor
- Assessment for your ‘how to’ writing unit