This is a no-nonsense, no-frills cookbook written with boys in mind. It contains recipes for complete beginner and budding chefs alike, from making toast and boiling an egg to roasting chicken and baking muffins. Recipes include sandwiches, burgers, pasta, curry apple pie and smoothies.
In November 2013, the joint annual conference of the British branch of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY UK) and the MA course at the National Centre for Research in Children’s Literature (NCRCL) at Roehampton University took as its focus ‘Feast or Famine? Food in Children’s Literature’. Food is central to both children’s lives and their literature. The mouth-watering menu of talks given to the conference delegates is richly reflected in this book. Speakers examined the uses of food in children’s books from the nineteenth century to the present day, and in a wide variety of genres, from ancient fable to twenty-first-century fantasy. From the contributions to this collection, it is shown that food within literature not only reflects the society, culture and time in which it is prepared, but also is widely used by authors as a means to instruct their juvenile readers, and to deliver moral messages.
A new spiral-bound edition of the cookbook for older children or anyone seeking simple, mouth-watering recipes. The tasty recipes are accompanied by illustrated step-by-step instructions to ensure young chefs achieve perfect results every time, and are divided into categories based on the core ingredients of cookery such as eggs, rice, potatoes, herbs, spices and bread. Appealing to both children and adults, the straightforward recipes include, salmon fishcakes, ratatouille with butterbean mash, lamb kebabs, raspberry ice-cream, strawberry shortcake A useful 'safety in the kitchen' guide explains things that experienced cooks may take for granted but are not so obvious to beginners.
An essential guide to planning, management and evaluation of early yearsâ?? activities, this full-color new edition provides detailed descriptions of the important materials, additional equipment and the role of the adults for a full range of activity types. Activities are provided for a range of ages, and the book provides a clear focus on good practice and systematic coverage of equal opportunities, safety and resources.
Using step-by-step instructions accompanied by full-colour illustrations, this is a collection of recipes for complete beginners and budding chefs alike: from making toast and boiling an egg to roasting a chicken and baking muffins. Each recipe presents suggestions for alternative ingredients and cooking methods.
These simple and mouthwatering recipes from over 25 different countries will inspire young chefs with a taste for adventure. The illustrated, step-by-step instructions are easy to follow, and extra features give a chance to discover more about traditional dishes and local ingredients from around the world.
MATH AND SCIENCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, Eighth Edition, introduces readers to engaging math and science experiences for early childhood and early elementary education programs, and provides an organized, sequential approach to creating a developmentally appropriate math and science curriculum. The content aligns with key guidelines and standards: The National Association for the Education of Young Children's (NAEYC) Professional Preparation Standards (2010); Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) guidelines; Common Core Mathematics Standards; and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The book also addresses STEM/STEAM and the essential domains of child growth and development during the crucial birth-through-eight age range. A valuable resource for the student/future teacher, working professional, or involved parent, MATH AND SCIENCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN emphasizes the interrelatedness of math and science and how they can be integrated into all other curriculum areas. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.