Kindergarten: A book for teachers and parents

Cooking, Food Lessons, & Sunday School

  • Susan devotes an entire chapter to the use of food as part of the learning process. For the most part, the recipes feature healthy food and she tries to get students involved as much as possible. There is a recipe for play dough and one that allows students to make fossils. She also recommends serving green eggs and ham after reading the book of the same name by Dr. Seuss. Most of the food ideas have a clear connection to the curriculum.
  • Susan touches on the subject of religion several times in this book. She doesn’t stop parents or volunteers from saying a blessing prior to serving food and she recommends that parents take advantage of the learning resources offered by Sunday School programs. It’s clear she has a significant place in her life for religion, but it doesn’t spoil this fine book for people who don’t share her views.
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