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MYTH - MARINADES TENDERIZE MEAT Nope, this one is just not true. Marinades adhere to the outside of the meat and permeate it by only a fraction of a millimeter making the meat flavorsome but just as tough.

36 food lies you shouldn’t fall for

Use in third grade.  Give students 12 pieces of paper and ask them to cut in half, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths up to twelfths.  Easy to determine 1/2-14s.  What about fifths, etc.

Great for visualizing fractions. Give students 12 pieces of paper and ask them to cut in half, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths up to twelfths. Easy to determine

Cross-Curricular Kitchen Lessons - Teach Beside Me

Cross-Curricular Kitchen Lessons

Kitchen Chemistry...great lessons that teach what the difference between baking powder/soda...what makes some cookies crunchy and others chewy...what heat does to food...math, fractions...

Cross-Curricular Kitchen Lessons

Kitchen Chemistry Cake Experiment: Illustrate that baking is a chemical reaction with this sweet kitchen experiment!

Hands-on learning is the best way to teach!  Kids really learn a concept well when there are multiple senses involved!  Each year I build our…

The BEST Hands-On Math Supplies

Fraction hopscotch. This would be a fun way to get students interested in math. Instead of just doing worksheets, this gets them actively involved and they can visually learn the parts of the whole while playing a fun game. -Nicole Clark

Cool Math for Kids {Weekend Links}

This would be a fun way to get students interested in math. Instead of just doing worksheets, this gets them actively involved and they can visually learn the parts of the whole while playing a fun game. -Nicole Clark (outside)

~Chewy Peanut Butter Bars~ With only a few ingredients, these are super simple, but so scrumptious! A great one for little hands to help with, and filled with yummy peanut butter flavor.

Everyday Mom's Meals ~Chewy Peanut Butter Bars~ With only a few ingredients, these are super simple, but so scrumptious! A great one for little hands to help with, and filled with yummy peanut butter flavor.

Capacity and fractions lesson

Infographic 1 Gallon = 8 Pints = 4 Quarts = 16 Cups * Great to post on the inside of a kitchen cabinet

Free Apps-ArithmeTick-Math Flash Cards, Basic Math, Cloud Math Free, Crazy Math Challenge Lite, Fraction's Kitchen Free, Kids Math Ace -Adding Subtracting Skills, Math Drill Lite, Clock Master, Estimate Fractions, Math Tutor, and MORE!

Free Apps-ArithmeTick-Math Flash Cards, Basic Math, Cloud Math Free, Crazy Math Challenge Lite, Fraction's Kitchen Free, Kids Math Ace -Adding Subtracting Skills, Math Drill Lite, Clock Master, Estimate Fractions, Math Tutor, and MORE!

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