Math in the Kitchen Resources

Teach and learn about cooking with recipes. Practice reading recipes' list of ingredients while
practicing basic real life survival math skills. Calculate and convert the specific serving amounts required.Make your own worksheets. 

The kitchen is out of order and needs a quick clean! This worksheet will help your kid with his sorting skills. To complete this printable he will need to carefully look at the picture and decide where the missing items go. Does the broom go in the fruit bowel? To complete this exercise your child will need a keen eye to sort the items into their rightful places. 

Cooking can be a great way to explain to children how analgebraic equation works. 

Kitchen Math has three sections.  Each section has a variety of topics and worksheets and a review page.  The workbook is designed so that you can work on your own or with others in your class. 
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