What’s in Your Cookie? – Free Printable about Where Things Come From

I thought the kids would enjoy talking about where the ingredients in cookies come from. This is something we talked about quite a bit when the kids were younger, but I thought they might enjoy this again.   Eggs, flour, and butter are pretty easy for the kids, but vanilla and baking powder aren’t quite as obvious!

The kids bake a lot these days!  🙂  This is free if anyone else can use it. ~Liesl

What’s in a Cookie – Where Do Things Come From Printable


Next, your kids can do this Make Your Own Chocolate Kit!. This kit can be found here: Make Your Own Chocolate Kit (affiliate link)


You might also enjoy this activity we did about Rainforest Plants. The kids tried to identify spices such as ginger, cinnamon, and other things by smell. They really enjoyed that!


Preschool at Home: Engaging Activities for Little Learners! (Ages 3-6)

Preschool At Home - Engaging Activities for Little Learners

Other books-and-activities we did when the kids were little:

Mitten Activity Pages

Mitten Activities Packet ages 4-6

Jack and the Beanstalk Activities


Five Senses Unit

Five Senses Unit - Worksheets Sorting Cards Interactive Notebook Activities and More Five Senses Hands-On Activities Five Senses Sorting and Cut-and-Paste Activities

DinosaurLetterActivities Dinosaur UnitDinosaur Unit Activities

Dinosaur Notebook Pages - Tracing

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