Cold weather puts me in the mood for reading and baking! Polar Bear Biscuits combines two of my favorite things to do on a chilly day in one fabulous after-school learning adventure.
Kids that cook with books is a hands-on way for parents to encourage reading and cooking (life skills and math) at home.
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We are on a Polar Bear Learning Theme this month with my preschooler. Wanting to participate, my grade schooler brought out Polar Bears Past Bedtime, the #12 book in the best-selling middle grade adventure series from her room. We have been reading it together to the little guys – one chapter at a time.
Each book in the series is a mystery that makes YOU feel like you are with Jack and Annie.
The chapter book also has a non-fiction companion book with facts about polar bears. I LOVE that Magic Tree House fans now have these as a resource. I know they have encouraged my daughter to read more non-fiction text.
These newer non-fiction chapter books come highly recommended by parents and teachers. Read reviews here.
We used a recipe in my absolute favorite cookbook of all time. Sorry, I can’t share it with you because it is out of print. Any sweeter cinnamon raisin biscuit recipe will work – like this one.
Have a polar bear fan at your house? We found this cute – make your own polar bear!
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