Are you looking for a no-prep kitchen measurement activity that includes a slide show, guided notes, and questions for your middle or high school students? This kitchen math lesson and activity is a colorful and engaging way to teach your students about measurements for cooking that will keep them interested. This kitchen measuring lesson plan is in both Google version and PowerPoint.
⭐ Your FACS, Culinary Arts or Life Skills students will enjoy this kitchen measuring lesson because it is colorful, uses real images, and has a variety of activities to practice the information they learn including a presentation, guided notes, recipe math practice and more!
This kitchen math lesson includes:
- 25-page presentation on kitchen math including types of measurement and recipe conversions.
- Guided notes for students to fill in as they follow the slideshow
- Questions for students to practice
- A double and half a recipe worksheet activity
- Practice scenarios such as:
- “How many cups in a pint?”
- “How many ounces in a pound?”
- “How many tsp. in one Tbsp?”
- and more!
- Kitchen measurement abbreviations Poster
- Questions for kitchen measurement
The kitchen math lesson covers information such as:
- liquid vs. solid measuring
- measuring tools
⭐ Important: To access the Google version, present the PowerPoint and you can click on the link which will direct you to Google where you can download it into your Drive.
Prostart: Identify and demonstrate proper use of measuring devices
11.1 Identify the equipment needed for receiving and storing food and supplies.
Family and Consumer Science: 8.5.3
Demonstrate knowledge of portion control and proper scaling and measurement techniques.