This week we celebrated my son’s assistant teacher’s birthday. She has also been a personal friend of mine for over 10 years. In facet, she recommended the preschool that my son goes to and my kids have both gone to that school since they were one.
My son’s teacher decided on a cooking theme for her assistant’s birthday celebration. We had the students make a whimsical recipe book for her. I designed a front cover page and an individual recipe page. There is plenty of space on the cover page for the students to sign their names. I love the personalization of the signed names.
The text on the cover page says:
These are our favorite recipes
written down just for you.
We tried to remember the
ingredients and the directions too!
Colin’s teacher interviewed each student and had them tell her their favorite food, the ingredients and how to cook it. She then filled out one recipe page for each student. This is Colin’s page.
I find this page quite interesting because I can count on one hand the number of times he has eaten a turkey sandwich and he never commented on how much he loved it. It is funny how Colin thought the sandwich needed 3 pounds of turkey and a brown crust instead of bread. You never know what kind of answers you will get interviewing preschoolers!
You can download the two free printables in PDF form here for your own personal use. School teachers are welcome to use it for their class or parents are welcome to use it for their child’s class for a fun birthday or teacher appreciation gift.