This lesson plan gives students a complete guide on safety facts around food and the kitchen. These facts are 18 important facts the students need for life skills when living independtly. Also covered in the this lesson plan is "Food safety tips from the time you grocery shop to the time you are preparing your food." 4 activities within the lesson plan. clip art, printables, answer key, no prep needed.
Included in this lesson plan:
Why "food safety" matters
18 food safety facts students should know by the time they are 18- this includes:
cooking, prepping food, avoiding spills and burns, tips on how to keep kitchen and utensils clean to avoid food poisoning and storing food in the proper places-cupboard, fridge, freezer
Food safety from the time you grocery shop to the time you are cooking includes; Shopping at the supermarket-which foods are safe, storing food in the kitchen and how to know when food should be thrown out due to expiration dates, cooking safety-how quickly should things be used, how long they should cook, or what should be washed, cleaning up- To prevent the spread of bacteria while you're preparing food, storing leftovers safely, microwave safety tips, where to store foods after shopping.
Activity of "Mark the correct place to store food items after buying them-cupboard, fridge, freezer" answer key included
Activity of "Graphic organizer- write 2 related food safety facts in each box"
Activity of "3-2-1 writing prompt"- 3 things I learned, 2 things I would like to know more about, 1 question I still have
Activity of "Mark the food safety facts you did NOT know before today"
Store: Health is Elementary