Maths Concepts are in everyday tasks especially cooking! What better setting than a kitchen where we use fractions, adding, subtracting to increase or decrease recipes. Mass, volume or multiplication and division or even conversions. Measuring ingredients & adjusting recipes are all areas that we can demonstrate these real life skills. Even grocery shopping and meal planning when a budget is to be met, maths comes in handy. We can focus on one of these areas within maths. Curriculum related links  - VCMMG195, VCMMG140, VCMMG078,ACMMG019, VCMMG115, VCMMG165, VCMMG223, VMMG225.

Learning Outcomes

Students should be able to identify the difference between weight(mass)(matter an object contains) and volume(capacity)(space something takes up). The units of measurement we use for this. Identifying basic fractions and practically applying it.

Performance Criteria

Using different equipment to measure mass & volume. Equipment used; jugs, measuring cups, measuring spoons, scales or droppers. Scaling the dough & using partial eggs in recipes are all practical ways in which fraction can be explained.

Food Items

Scones with Jam & Cream (Grades P-6) 

Chicken Balls on Skewers with Mozzarella & Tomato (Grades 3-6) 

Focaccia with Thyme & Garlic (Grades P-6) 

Chocolate Chip Biscuits (Grades P-6) 

Pizza - Topping can be requested (Grades P-6) 

Apple Spicy, honeycomb Muffin (Grades 1-6) 

Animal Shaped Bread Rolls with Vegetarian Fillings (Grades 2-6)

We do take suggestions! Any food items can be produced for this topic.