Spread the jelly on one slice of bread. The more literal you are by doing exactly what the instructions say, the funnier the activity will be and the more likely you are to get your point across about the importance of clear instructions. Dip the knife into the jelly jar Spread the jelly on one slice of bread.
Have them pass the instructions to you when they are done. What kinds of things have they made? You are playing a role as someone who has no clue what they are doing. Would they teach you how? Now have him begin dictating the directions to you.
Think of yourself as a robot who can only do exactly as they are told. Pick up a butter knife with your right hand. They will be shouting out clarifications of the instructions you have read—this is a good thing!
What are some things they might have done differently? You can only do exactly what he says. Have fun with it—this can be a really funny activity if you play your role right. There was no instruction to open the bread or the jar of peanut butter, no instruction to use the knife in any way, etc.
If you have an apron or a smock, put it on. Put away the jelly and peanut butter. Your child should tell you, in precise order, how to make the sandwich, step by step. Point out to your child that this order and sequence is necessary when writing.
After your child has written the mixed up sequence down, have him rearrange the order so that it makes sense. Hopefully you will have a clearer recipe for making this new sandwich.
Does anyone know how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? This activity also works very well as a training exercise for adults who work with children, as they often must give clear and concise instructions to their kids.
Dip the knife into the peanut butter jar. Tell your child that you are going to read him the directions for making a sandwich, but that they will be all mixed up. Take two slices of bread out of the bread bag. Get out the jelly and peanut butter jars and put them on the counter.
It may sound silly but it demonstrates that the proper order is necessary for you to understand. Look for these opportunities to get children more and more focused in their instructions. As he talks ask him to go slowly begin to build the sandwich.
Take a minute to look through the instructions—look for unclear commands—these are the ones you will want to act out.
This simple and yummy experiment allows your child see and taste sequence! If any of your students are allergic to peanut butter, you can instead make a cream cheese and jelly sandwich or something similar.
He will have to write them down and decipher them!
Get out a plate and butter knife and put them on the counter. So be aware and be careful! If you would like, you can repeat this activity with a student playing the role of sandwich maker. Your child must start from the beginning and include lots of detail.
Put them on a plate. Make it Matter Opening Discussion Ask your students if they have ever followed a recipe before. Peanut allergies can be very serious and children can have reactions without even eating it. The Challenge Teach everyone else how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.Sep 11, · To make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, start by spreading peanut butter onto 1 side of a slice of bread using a butter knife.
Then, do the same thing with jelly on a second slice of bread%(53). If any of your students are allergic to peanut butter, you can instead make a cream cheese and jelly sandwich or something similar. If you do have any students who are allergic to peanuts, DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS ACTIVITY WITH PEANUT BUTTER!
May 22, · Make a Sequence Sandwich! Activity. Make a Sequence Sandwich! (14 ratings) Gather all the components needed for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich; bread, peanut butter, jelly, knife, and plate. Using Adjectives and Verbs to Make Writing Come to Life/5(14).
Peanut Butter and Jelly Activities. Subject. Grammar, Math, Writing. Grade Levels. How to Make a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Writing Activity: Have the students write a how-to piece to explain to someone how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
As a class make a PB&J sandwich, have the kids make their own, and then have the 4/5(). In this activity, students will attempt to "program" the instructor to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Begin by instructing the class to collaboratively write down instructions for making a peanut butter and jelly.
Steps in writing a "How-To" essay using a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich as an example Transcript of How-To Writing: Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich. (Notice its a "How-To" How to Make a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches are very yummy and easy to make.
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