Twice As Good’s interstitial package, produced for National Nutrition Month, demonstrates cooking’s potential to teach science, math, and geography!
- Combating Allergies
- Four Rules of Kids Cooking
- Kitchen Categorization
- Kitchen Geography
- Kitchen Math
- Kitchen Science
- Learning About Senses
- Quick Recipe
Hadley and Delaney make art paint from spinach to show science and cooking is Twice As Good!
Hadley and Delaney assemble a lemon-powered alarm and show science and cooking can be Twice As Good!
Hadley and Delaney show examples of kitchen science to show science matters and makes cooking Twice As Good!
Hadley and Delaney emphasize the importance of reading labels to manage food allergies.
As cooks often need to divide or add fractions in order to make more or less of a recipe, Hadley and Delaney share examples of kitchen math!
Hadley and Delaney prepare Cheerful Snow Cones as a fun and quick treat.
Hadley and Delaney prepare a fantastic finger food dish: Veggies With Green Dipping Sauce!
Hadley and Delaney prepare another Fantastic Fruit Snack–Sister Sister Fruity Tarts!
Peanut Butter and Banana Boats are prepared as a delicious breakfast treat.
Hadley and Delaney make Snack Attack Apple Chips as a Fantastic Fruit snack.
Hadley and Delaney share kitchen categorization examples to show thinking about how ingredients fit together can be Twice As Good.
Hadley and Delaney present kitchen geography examples to show cooking and geography can be Twice As Good!
Hadley and Delaney show cooking is Twice As Good as not only can it teach nutrition but geography too!
Delaney and Hadley share examples of Kitchen Geography and how many dishes are inspired by different cultures the world over!
Hadley and Delaney share examples of how cooking can teach you more about how your senses work!