How To Play:
1. Split the students into groups or pairs.
2. Present the students with a recipe, e.g. spaghetti, by using the example recipe page. Present the ingredients, and model making spaghetti by stacking food pictures on top of each other, e.g. noodles, tomatoes, beef, cheese, & jam, onto the following page with the empty plate (add some funny/creative ingredients like 'jam' to encourage the kids to make up their own particular recipes).
3. Next, the teacher should give out the food picture sheets (cheeses, meats, various, fruits, vegetables, noodles) to each student/group and instruct them to cut out the individuals foods so that they can make their own recipes with the cards as demonstrated by the teacher. The students may choose from the recipes provided (spaghetti, salad, pie, or the blank recipe sheet for making up their own.)
4. Finally, give each group a chance to present their recipe creation to the class. Have them draw or glue images to their presentation to provide visual cues. Allow them to write notes or short descriptions on their presentation page as well.