If You Give a Pig a Pancake – P is for Pancakes! Classroom Cooking Activity

The children will write the letter P with pancake batter for a yummy treat to eat!

Materials:

*Safety Note*  Do not heat up the griddle until the children have finished squirting the P.

Lesson Plan:

  1. Read the book If You Give a Pig a Pancake.
  2. Follow up by mixing up some pancake batter. The kids love to help with this; measuring, pouring, etc…
  3. Fill your squirt bottle up with the pancake mix.
  4. Have each child squirt out a letter P!
  5. Turn on the griddle and cook the pancakes… for a yummy P treat!
Grade Level(s): Preschool, K
By: Amy Koch, Kindergarten Teacher

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