Etiquette

$12.00

Recommended ages: 4 to 7 years old

Etiquette Min-Units include:

  • three, whole foods based, recipes that are simple and fun. Recipes are broken down to help the adult and child cook together.
    • Foamy Hands
    • Slice & Pinch Fruits
    • Soft Sweet Sticks (Carrots)
  • 5 Hands-on Independent projects
    • Washing Hands Activities
    • Soap Experiment
    • Shapes Work
    • Setting the Table
    • Labeling the Table
  • Family reinforcement activities
  • Family Conversation Starter
  • Shopping tips
  • Monthly planning sheets
  • Step-by-step lessons
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Supplementary materials and book list

Etiquette Guides
Academic area: social studies, grades preschool to 1st grade

Etiquette

 

Etiquette unit is a multi-censorial family unit includes three recipes, lesson guides and independent activities.  Because we focus on the whole family, independent activities may vary on the age of your child.  For example, activities may include: family games, healthy ingredients, educational reinforcement activities, shopping tips, list of tools, monthly planner, vocabulary words, interviews, independent games, worksheets, booklets, flashcards, songs, cutting practice, writing prompts, and recommended books and resources.

Whisking Apples gives your family an opportunity to bring whole, clean and healthy foods into your home.  Therefore, all of our recipes are healthy and whole-foods based.  So, this means using real ingredients, fruits, vegetables and whole grains products.  Our recipes do not use processed sugars or white flours but some exceptions may occur.  For example, some ingredients may vary with homemade gifts, experiments and other recipes.  Shopping tips and information are included because we hope to help your family get the most nutrient dense foods for your homes.

In addition, all the recipes are fun, kid-tested and kid approved.

Further, most recipes are five ingredients or less and are simple to follow.

All of our units include an educational focusing, including, but not limited to:

  • Etiquette Skills and Manners
  • Math
  • Science
  • Geography
  • Language and Literacy
  • Reading and writing
  • English Proficiency
  • Social Studies
  • Creative Arts
  • History

Each of the recipes along with their lessons focus on building the following skill sets in your kids:

  • Independence
  • Fine motor skills
  • Following directions and cues
  • Communication
  • Patience
  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Sensory (All five senses are involved in the units)
  • Hand Eye coordination
  • Listening, observing and following directions
  • Cognitive Development

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This unit is a downloadable PDF.

It is my hope you and your family enjoy these recipes and activities together!

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