Enjoying all the treats that the students made during math class.

Monday was the best day in our math class! The students brought in their homework which was assigned to them last week. They were given 3 choices to help them connect measurement with real life skills. ALL of my students chose to cook at home (some for the very first time) and bring in some goodies to share. All of my students enjoyed cooking with their parents and several even went to the grocery store to purchase the ingredients.  What fun family memories.  I will let the pictures tell the rest of the story. Enjoy and make sure you have a snack while you are reading this post!

Many students learned important life lessons including how long to cook pancakes.

Another student learned the importance of the word gradually especially when using flour and making cookies,

Check out yesterday’s Wonder at Wonderopolis:  Do you prefer sauce or gravy?  Perfect combination with cooking especially question #3 How do you make it?

## 7Join the Discussion

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1. Mike says:

Wow that’s cool.

• Wonderopolis says:

Well thank you so much, Wonder Friend Mike! We are glad you enjoyed our awesome post, thanks to the Caplin Wonder Family! We Wonder if you have a favorite recipe to share?

2. I want to do that I love to cook I’m better than my sister.

• Wonderopolis says:

HOORAY for experimenting in the kitchen! We’re so thrilled to know that you and your sister have been cooking together– it sounds like a competition in the kitchen is in the works! Keep up the great work, and keep WONDERing, Brooke!

3. Felicia says:

I am better at eating than doing math though… but it is improving.

• Wonderopolis says:

Keep up the great work, Wonder Friend Felicia! Math is very important, and it’s awesome that you’re getting better at it every day! Check out today’s Wonder… chefs use a lot of math! #946– How Do You Become a Chef? http://wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-do-you-become-a-chef/ HOORAY for WONDERing!

4. Team William #57 says:

William quote:

“Food is good, but math is great!” So true William, so true.

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