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Little Red Hen Bread Recipe

Little Red Hen Bread Recipe

About This Primary Resource

A very simplified recipe for making bread, to tie in with The Little Red Hen story. The recipe has been broken down into steps and has an image accompanying each sentence, so should be relatively easy to follow. This recipe is perfect for use with young children either in the classroom or at home.

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  1. missmel

    excellent resource!

  2. Sandra Thompson

    Thank you so much. Just what I need.

  3. Lisa

    Thank you!

  4. sandra gros

    I would like to get the bread recipe and illustrated sequencing for The Little Red Hen

  5. vbowyer

    Great thank you!

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