The Cookbook for Children with Special Needs by Deborah French
Learning a Life Skill with Fun, Tasty, Healthy Recipes

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Synopsis

Learning to cook not only equips children with a valuable life skill, but will help boost self-esteem in other areas of their lives. The book starts with a basic illustrated guide to where food comes from, the different food groups, how to create our own diet and why cooking is a great skill to master. Simple, step-by-step instructions accompanied by fun illustrations, guide children through three levels of cooking, starting with fundamental basics including the preparation of a wide variety of different foods, and building up to more complex recipes. Health and safety skills are taught as an essential part of the cooking activity and healthy eating habits are reinforced throughout. Parents and carers will find cooking with children with special needs to be enjoyable and rewarding with this book, which thoroughly prepares the child for the cooking experience. Teachers, activity organisers and anyone else working with children with special needs will also find this book to be a great resource for cooking inspiration.
 

About Deborah French

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Deborah French is a cookery teacher and activity coordinator for children and their families with special needs. She dedicates her time to creating opportunities for children with special educational needs to participate in regular activities whilst educating the wider community about the daily challenges that these children face. Deborah has a son on the autism spectrum, a daughter with Down syndrome and young twins, and believes that education breaks down barriers and paves the way for integration and acceptance. She and her family live in Israel.
 
Published July 21, 2015 by Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd. 200 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Travel, Cooking, Children's Books. Non-fiction