Winter brings with it cold, snow, and sometimes, cabin fever. Despite the frigid temperatures, it’s important for children of all ages to stay active and get lots of exercise and fresh air. First grade bodies are full of energy, and it’s important that they get a chance to get the wiggles out!
In first grade, children are introduced to fractions. This is a new concept for them, and one that takes lots of practice to fully absorb. Following recipes with simple fractions is a good way to give your first grader some practice with this new concept.
Here’s a recipe that combines fraction practice with winter fun!