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Early Years Cooking: How to Make a Gingerbread House

Early Years Cooking: How to Make a Gingerbread House

About This Primary Resource

A step by step made to making a gingerbread house. This resource includes ideas for decoration and tips for assembling your gingerbread house. The ingredients are all very basic and could be bought on a budget, so would be an ideal project for undertaking in the classroom.

These recipes have been very kindly shared with us by Debbie Madson, the owner of a very successful children’s cooking website called Kids Cooking Activities. Debbie believes that cooking is a very important part of a child’s life and is committed to providing recipes and cooking ideas that are easy to do at home.

To find hundreds more ideas, or to share your own recipes, go to her website: www.kids-cooking-activities.com

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