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M Is for Marvelous Mittens

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Mitten Weather Has Arrived!

When winter arrives and the snow starts to pile up, it’s time to break out the hats, scarves, and mittens!

But not ALL mittens are for wearing. These mittens are for eating!

After all, when the thermometer starts to plummet, there’s more than one way to stay warm. These toasty mittens won’t keep your fingers warm, but they are sure to warm up your tummy!

So if you’re looking for a delicious and nutritious breakfast to warm up your insides on a chilly winter morning (or anytime), this ABC Snack is the perfect choice!

boy cuts mitten from bread young girl holds bread mitten

Marvelous French Toast Mittens

Print Recipe

Here’s what you’ll need to make two pairs of marvelous mittens:

  • 4 slices of sandwich bread
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 eggs
  • ½ cup milk
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons cinnamon and sugar mixture

Directions:

  1. Cut four mittens from slices of sandwich bread with a mitten-shaped cookie cutter.
  2. Whisk together eggs, milk, and vanilla.
  3. Melt butter in a skillet.
  4. Dip both sides of each mitten into the egg mixture and place on hot skillet.
  5. Cook both sides of mittens until golden brown.
  6. Sprinkle warm mittens with cinnamon and sugar mixture.
  7. Garnish with seasonal fruit and enjoy!

Adapted from a recipe from Happy Hooligans.

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Teaching Tips

  • While you enjoy your French toast mittens, practice saying /m/–/m/–marvelous mittens together.
  • How many words can your preschooler think of that start with the sound of /m/ as in marvelous mittens?
  • Read Jan Brett’s classic picture book The Mitten together while you gobble up your marvelous mittens.
  • Download ABC Snacks: Tips for Working on Pre-Reading Skills for more teaching tips.
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Want More Snacks for M?

Find snacks for M and more with the ABC Snacks Cookbooks series that includes more than 40 snack recipes for your preschoolers!

Free ABC Snacks Cookbook

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Amber Ogilvie

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Cute idea!

Erin

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Cute idea for those of us in the mitten state!

Aiman

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This is really marvelous, Inshallah I would love to implement all these recipes with my kid to enjoy learning with yum.

Adam Atkinson

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Great idea!! My kids love anything in the kitchen!

Cami Parks

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How cute! My daughter would love this!

Tonya Tanner

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I love adding activities like this to my kindergarten program! It engages the children in more modalities to strengthen concepts and make it even more fun! Just downloaded the cookbook! Can’t wait to check it out with my kinders!

Rachel

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Thnks for the free ideas

Jamie N

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This is really cool, my seven year old would love do this. She loves to cook.

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My preschoolers love the Abc crafts!

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What a great idea.

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Very cute idea! I love The Mitten book.

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So cute!

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Great activity for the winter and for fun learning!

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Such a cute idea!!

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So cute!

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Great idea. Will keep this one in my favorites.

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Great idea.

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I love the contents here its full of learings indeed.

Amy

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So fun! Thank you for the idea!

Deborah

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Thanks for making something simple and delicious as French Toast a fun thing to do. This is something I can incorporate into my classroom. Thanks

Robin E.

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You’re welcome, Deborah. I hope you enjoy!

Allison

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Great recipe! My daughters love cooking and helping in the kitchen. Great fun!

Jaclyn Reynolds

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What a fun recipe! I think my boys would enjoy making them for breakfast.

Tamar

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Great idea!

Bonnie

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Such a cute idea! My kids love French toast (I do too). They would love this activity.

Nadine

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Can’t wait to try this with the kiddos!

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Such a cute yummy idea for learning!

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Great ideas! Thanks

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Great idea! Kids will love it!

Becky

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Looks good!

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This is a really cool idea!

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This is a great idea to make breakfast fun!

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This is such a cute idea!

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There is something magical about combining snacks and cooking time with language. I think it’s because all the senses are engaged as you are creating food. And, even if it doesn’t turn out the best, it’s usually still ok.

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Jayme,
Yes! My kids learned to love so many different foods by “helping” in the kitchen and tasting foods. 😊

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Cute idea. Kiddo’s will love it.

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Agree on the heavy cream idea! Delicious!

Molly Cash

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This looks like a great treat! I’ve been meaning to make french toast with my boys, and this will just make it that much more fun!

Christy Leonard

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These are adorable, My daughter and I would have fun making these. Thanks for sharing

Michelle A Rogers

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What a fun pre-reading letter sound activity!

Erin

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What a cute idea to do with my kids!

Johanna

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This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing

Audrey

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Wow, this is a great idea! My toddler is learning his letters and the sounds and already loves “helping me” in the kitchen so this will be something he will enjoy!

Robin E.

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Audrey,
I love cooking with children from a young age! While there is only a few things a toddler could help with in this ABC snack, we have many others that would allow a toddler to do much more.

Brittany

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I love all the fun ways All About Learning incorporates playing with sounds into daily activities! Thanks to finding this resource, my dyslexic daughter is finally engaged in reading! She LOVES to bake and is super excited for this recipe!!

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I’m so pleased to hear that your daughter is engaging in reading, Brittany! I hope this recipe meets her expectations.

Kimberly edwards

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I can’t wait to make an allergen free version of this!

Rachel

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This is such a sweet idea! Thank you for all of the inspiration and insight you all provide. :)

Erica

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This is such a cute idea! I love anything that gets kids in the kitchen to spend more time with family.
Throw in learning about the alphabet and you’ve got a fun Saturday morning!!

At the public library, we can’t really use food in programs, but this is a really great craft idea for the wintertime!

Kim

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My kids had a lot of fun making this.

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Awesome! Thank you

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Super cute. My kids would love this

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Great idea!

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I love using the book The Mitten with students. I bring in a large white sheet and print out the faces of the characters in the story and attach them to craft sticks (Jan Brett’s website allows you to download and print color copies of each character). After a read aloud, students take turns reenacting the story, using the white sheet as the mitten. They love all “spilling’ out of the mitten at the end when the mouse tickles the bears nose. This is a great way to practice retelling a story too!

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What a great activity, Tara! Thank you for letting us know that you can print colored copies of each character from Ms. Brett’s website and for sharing this wonderful, playful activity you put together.

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Heavy cream makes it taste much better in my opinion.

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What a cute idea! We love French toast at our house :)

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What an adorable way to bring learning into our homes, makes it all that more of an immersive experience! Can’t wait to check out more recipe ideas.

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This looks like fun especially since my children have been asking for french toast lately.

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Great idea for using snacks to teach letter sounds.

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Okay, those are adorable little tasty things!!

Suzie

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What a cute idea. Would have been great to use here in Michigan celebrate Michigan’s birthday (as a state) on January 26th. I’ll try to do that next year!

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Nothing beats clean up that includes a yummy snack, does it, Linda? 😉

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My 5 year old would love this. I love the way they could learn words while eating a mitten french toast.

Julie Elkins

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This comes at such a great time! We are doing how-to writing now. This will be fun to do!

Jennifer Moya

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I so appreciate your post that includes a recipe to go along with a beautiful timeless classic picture book! Excellent post!

Tiffany

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Good and letter repetition?! My 4 year old will love it! Thanks!

River

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The Mitten is one of my children’s favorite book! What a great way to include more M fun for them:)

Jen

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What a fun idea! My daughter will absolutely love this – as will the special needs kiddos in my Life Skills class at school! We cook every Friday, so this will be perfect! :D

Christine

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This sounds like something my children would like. Going to check out the other recipes to help with letter recognition and sounds. Thank you!

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Great idea!

April

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I love the hands on activities that go with these curriculums!

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So cute!

Omg adorable! My kids love doing any food related activities!!

Lynda

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Thanks for the recipe! We loved making our Marvelous Mittens!

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I love doing things like this activity with my daughter! And, most importantly, SHE LOVES DOING THIS TYPE OF THING TOO!

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What a fun idea! I love doing things like this with my daughter,…and most importantly, SHE loves it too!

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Such a fun way for learn letters, sounds, and reading!

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Thanks so much for all your resources!

Donna Preston

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These are some great ideas for teaching the letter M.

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Wow looks great! We have The Mitten and love it!

Robin E.

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This snack would be such a lovely go-along for The Mitten. Enjoy, Kimberly!

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Candace Holder

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My 2 oldest children are past this stage now but have a 3 year old who I can’t wait to spend some time doing fun things like this with!

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Fun Idea!

jennifer

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this looks like something I would love to do with my daughter – how great it is because at school in guided reading – she is learning about cold Winter activities.

Deborah Ballantyne

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Such an ADORABLE idea! Thanks for sharing! French toast is a kid favorite at our house, especially when grandma comes up for Grandma Day each week. So, we’ll be trying this next time, along with a pile of winter/mitten books! 🎉❄️ ❤️👍🏻⛄️🧤

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Deborah,
How sweet and wonderful to make a whole event out of mittens and it’s extra special because grandma gets to participate too!

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Perfect for my 2 boys!

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What a fun activity!

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Looks yummy!

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Super a Fun idea! I love all the “preschool” oriented activities that help build phonetic awareness!

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Such a cute idea!

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Cute idea!

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love the things you do.

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So cute! Great way to use all the senses in reading.

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These are absolutely adorable!

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LOVE these yummy mittens!

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Sounds like a good way to start the day on learning a letter.

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Such a fun idea!

pam

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this will work well with my IEP student who is making very good progress

Colleen

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So cute thank you. I also read somewhere teach8ng your kid early to articulate really helps reading. Thank you for everything

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This is so cute!! I’ll have to try this work my kids

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Can’t wait to try this.

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So cute! My kids are obsessed with cinnamon toast so I’ll have to try this with that! 😊

Robin E.

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Great idea, Caitlin! Personally, I like cinnamon toast better than french toast. I recommend toasting the toast before cutting out the mitten shape.

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What a great idea! Fun and delicious

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What a great recipe and idea! My son will love this :)

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I love this idea!

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Definitely putting these on the breakfast menu!

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Neat ideas

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cute cookbook!

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Eeee! These are so cute! My kids will be thrilled. Maybe we will get some more snow this year to make it applicable! If not, into my back pocket for next winter. Thank you!

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I love this idea!

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Mmmm, marvelous mittens!

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Fun idea!

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This is great!!

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This is perfect for my preschool kiddos!

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This is a cute activity. It would be perfect for a snow day!

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This looks cute.

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This is so cute! I’m sure my kids would love to help make this, especially after reading the book! Some of the other preschool blogs I follow have lots of The Mitten activities to go with it, too. We’ll definitely do this one soon!

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Can’t wait to try this!

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What a wonderful idea! Fun food!

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so cute!

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What a fun idea!

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Such a fun idea to add to the letter M;-) Thanks for your creativity !

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Creative!

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French toast mittens is such a fun and cute idea! Thanks for sharing.

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My kids love French toast! Making shapes with the bread makes it even better!

Cute! I used pancakes!

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I used pancakes! Fun!

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This is a wonderful activity for children. They generally love anything that has fun shapes and that they can help create.

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Cute :)

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I love that this is connecting multiple areas of needs for students!

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What a yummy lesson!

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These are so cute, fun and tasty!!

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Had so much fun doing this the kids loved it!

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Aw, I love this! My kids love french toast!

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Snacks are always good motivation!

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Love this idea and the recipe.

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Snacks make everything better with learning!

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What a fun and yummy alphabet snack idea!!

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Great idea for M

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I love doing ABC snacks with my kids!

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Such a cute idea!!

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Fun shaped foods are always a winner around here.

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Cute idea, could be done with any shape

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What a cute idea that would really cement the sound of the letter “m” in the minds of little ones.

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These are so cute! Can’t wait to try with my boys.

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My kids would love this!

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So cute! We’ll have to do this!

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What a fun idea!

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Looks like fun multisensory learning going on!!!

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This will be fun to do with my grandkids. Second generation home schooling!

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What a great idea!

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What a great way to teach!! 😊

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Terrific idea! So simple and imaginative!

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Love the recipe and the idea!

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I’ll try it.

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Too cute! Thanks for sharing-my kids will love this :)

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This is such a cute idea, I cant wait to read more with ABC snacks.

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Interesting. The kids would like that.

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What a great way to teach sounds! Treat bribery works every time!

What a cute idea! Thank you! Now I need to grab the recipe book—looking forward to more fun recipes!!

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This is a great hands-on activity.

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Thanks for another great suggestion for phonogram practice

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I love hands on learning ideas like this.

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Always the best ideas for learning letters by making it fun!!

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Cute idea!

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That’s a fun practical way to incorporate learning in the mundane of life 😊

Meagan

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Great idea. Thanks for the recipe!

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Hands on is the best way to learn

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Perfect winter breakfast! Thanks for helping make winter even more fun!

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This is a wonderful site!!

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What a cute idea!

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Adorable and tasty!

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This is so cute!

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I love this idea!

Tonya

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Such a cute idea! My daughter loves hands on learning. She retains more when her hands are busy.

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Super cute!

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What a great idea! My kids will love this!

Nancy

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So cute! and easy to do!

Becky Ekholm

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Great idea! My kids love when schoolwork includes food.

Brittany

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This is a wonderful idea to engage your young ones!

Cynthia

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This is such a cute idea! We will have to do this. My kids will love it!

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Fun idea! Thanks for the neat recipes!

Jessica

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What a fun idea…my kids love cooking and this will help the youngest with letters.

Lindsey fuller

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My daughter and I will be making these mittens today! Thank you Learning press for your fun and creative way to learn!

Cassandra

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A cute idea and one that I can adapt to meet the diet needs in our home.

Julie

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When my son was in preschool he struggled with food textures and trying new foods. He was willing to try different foods if it was part of an activity though. I love this idea of incorporating learning and a fun way to eat—it’s just right for children this age.

Steph

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What better way to practice the alphabet then to enjoy a tasty snack!

Jennifer Stone

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I love all the teaching tips AAL offers especially for little learners. It keeps it fun and multi sensory.

Jess

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Looks delicious

Joleen

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Such fun ideas! Snacks, cooking and sounds with a little math in there too!

Rachel

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We make blueberry heart pancakes for Valentines Day! My kids are already looking forward to it this year!

Miriam

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This is a great way to get kids engaged in learning and cooking.

Miriam

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This is a great way to get kids engaged in the learning and cooking process.

Sara

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So cute! We just made heart shaped pancakes and they were a huge hit!

Honey Eiben

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My kids will love doing this. It simply looks marvelous.

Vivian

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Reading is so critical to learning English. I work with international students and these books really help – the visuals are awesome.

Michelle Maynard

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So fun for winter!

Maira

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Such a cute way to engage and learn with your kids

Nicole

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Always fun to do something different on a snowy morning. This is a sweet idea

Megan

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Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

Cyndy

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What great ideas!!

Angela

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So fun!

Jessica DeYoung

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How fun! My kids are all about shapes of their food and this way they can participate!
Thanks for sharing!

Tori Benoit

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So fun! My kids would love this

Joyce

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Love all the resources and fun activities and so do my grandchildren!

Shelly Platz

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Love this idea!

Denise

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So cute!

Becky Plante

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Cute idea!

Michelle Tapedzisa

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Even I love learning and food! Love this idea.

Cindy

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How fun! Even my older kids would love doing this!

Susan

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Love this!

Stephanie Samec

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Very neat idea! Learning letter sounds while eating. Thanks for sharing.

Stephanie MacDonald

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This is adorable! I wish I thought of stuff like this on my own…

Danielle B.

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My sons had fun working together to do this! My 2 older sons read the recipe and prepared the mitten toast and my youngest son (a kindergartner) practiced his /m/ sound and created an oral list of M-words! Reading “The Mitten” together was a perfect way to begin our homeschool morning!

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Danielle,
I love that all your sons were able to get involved in this breakfast! What a fun memory they made.

Tammy Hyder

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Fun! Learning retention is better when paired with an activity!

Tara Sowards

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What a sweet idea! And I love Jan Brett’s book about the Mitten!

Natasha Scheer

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Love the reading ideas and way to make it more fun

Amber

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This is great and yummy at the same time! Thanks for sharing!

Anna DeGraaf

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This is so great for reinforcing letter sounds! Plus who doesn’t like French toast?

Sam

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Thanks for your ideas and suggestions

Joanne

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Very cute!

Liz Miles

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Bringing the learning to the kitchen always pays off!

Stephanie

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What a fun idea.

We have really appreciated all about reading and all about spelling. Reading has become one of our favorite parts of the day thanks to this curriculum.

Tiffany S

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Super cute idea!

Patti

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Love this and the connection to spelling lesson with hands on fun.

Joanna

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This is so cute! Fun activity to do after reading The Mitten!

Leah

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My little boys (6 & 4) would love to do this! What a great idea!

Lisa

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Great ideas! I love reading and incorporating your ideas into our lesson plans and daily activities. Thank you!

Katherind Couch

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My third grader is needing extra spelling help. All my kids love to cook. This would be great sound recognition for my three year old, cute idea.

Jenny

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What a fun idea to go with the letter Mm.

Ikabandung

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My son loves doing cooking. This recipe looks easy enough for him to do. Combined with the new vocabularies to be introduced , can’t wait to try this lesson .

Christine Yeomans

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I love using cooking to help young people to read and write. I always tell them, when making cookie letters, now you’ve made your letters you can make some words and once they’ve made their words correctly I say now you can eat your words – couldn’t be a more multi sensory experience and I can pretty much guarantee they never forget how to spell those words again 😊

Marietjie

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love your creative ideas

CarrieAnne

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Thank you for the inspiration!

Linda Sutton

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I one thing that I have also wanted is a tablet so I can take it with me during all my hospital visits (advanced arthritis since I was 25, 18 surgeries, isn’t life grand). Please wish me luck.

April

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My child is such a strong speller after your program!

Moriah B

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This is such a good and yummy idea! What a fun memory for you and your kids. Now to find a mitten cookie cutter…

Tamara

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My boys enjoyed The Mitten book when they were young!

deb

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How cute, and a fun way to incorporate learning!

Amanda H

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Such a fun idea!!

Lindsay Pullen

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Oh my kiddos would just love that!

Robin E.

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Bon appétit, Lindsay!

Tyneisha Tinsley

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What a fun idea. I may try this with the kiddos.

Audra Place

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Multiple ways to reinforce learning.

Kaye Harris

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How adorable!

Vanessa Ankner

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How fun!

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