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Visual Recipe: Microwave Marshmallow Rice Treats (Printable PDF)

$ 3.97

Visual Recipe: Microwave Marshmallow Rice Treats (Printable PDF)

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Visual Recipe designed to increase independence for special education students. The single page step-by-step images provide your students with the visual supports they need to cook independently! 

Step by step visuals with simple sentence supports readers and non-readers alike.

Quick and simple microwave recipe allows each student to follow their steps and make their own. 

Requires only 3 ingredients
  • Rice Cereal 
  • Butter
  • Marshmallows 

Includes

1 page of necessary items
1 page of ingredients 

17 pages step by step instructions
1 instruction per page

Shopping List 

Recipe Writing pages where students can copy down the instructions

Book can be printed or used on a tablet, projector, etc. 

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Tamika Green
Awesome resource for multiple goals!

I have used this resource twice in the past week. One group was transition age (18-22) students who only have access to a microwave and are working on basic life skills and participation. I used this to get them to make the microwave marshmallow squares recipe. We worked on following directions, describing, asking and answering questions, etc. They loved the activity and of course the treats! I used the kinetic sand activity with my lower functioning supported level high school group to work on the same kinds of skills. They had so much fun! I got great buy-in from my students. I love how much this resource includes! Practice with measuring and the different recipes. The visuals help my students who cannot read. I am so glad I found this resource!

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Sherri Ryan
Marshmallow treats

YUM .. My kids are going to love this!!!1

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Kathleen Magerr

I like the real life visuals and the step by step guide to help in aiding students to cook simple dishes fostering independence and/ or partial participation of the activity.

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Susan Sampson
Rice Treats

I made the book and sent it to one of my students. He and his mom made them and the delivered a batch to myself and our 3 teacher assistants. He love to cook. Next week pound cake. Do you have a visual for that?

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