Royal wedding cupcakes
Practise measuring ingredients, counting out quantities and get creative with royal decorations!
Celebrate the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by baking and decorating royal cupcakes. Perfect for a class celebration or street party.
Pupils will be challenged to follow instructions to bake cupcakes in our National Geographic Kids’ Royal cupcakes primary resource sheet. A great resource for practising measuring out ingredients, handling different quantities and monitoring time.
The teaching resource, which also includes suggestions for holding a royal wedding party or celebration can be used as a printed handout for instruction in class time, for display on the interactive whiteboard, or printed for pupils to take home for the wedding.
Activity: Ask children to complete the task on the page or and adapt the instructions for their own creativity (i.e. different icing designs on the cakes, creativity in flag and bunting designs, etc.).
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This Culture primary resource assists with teaching the following EYFS objectives from the National Curriculum:
Literacy: Reading: children read and understand simple sentences. [Following instructions]
Expressive arts and design: Exploring and using media and materials: children sing songs, make music and dance, and experiment with ways of changing them. They safely use and explore a variety of materials, tools and techniques, experimenting with colour, design, texture, form and function.
National Curriculum Key Stage 1 Art objective:
Pupils should be taught:
- to use a range of materials creatively to design and make products
- to develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space
National Curriculum Key Stage 1 Cooking and nutrition (Design and technology) objectives:
Pupils should be taught:
- to prepare dishes
- to understand where food comes from.
This Culture primary resource assists with teaching the following Expressive arts Early level objectives from the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence:
- I have the freedom to discover and choose ways to create images and objects using a variety of materials.
Scottish Curriculum for Excellence First level Expressive arts objectives:
- I have the opportunity to choose and explore a range of media and technologies to create images and objects, discovering their effects and suitability for specific tasks.
- I can create and present work using the visual elements of line, shape, form, colour, tone, pattern and texture.
Scottish Curriculum for Excellence Second level Expressive arts objectives:
- I can create and present work that shows developing skill in using the visual elements and concepts.
This Food primary resource assists with teaching the following Health and wellbeing Early level objectives from the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence:
- I enjoy eating a diversity of foods in a range of social situations.
- Together we enjoy handling, tasting, talking and learning about different foods, discovering ways in which eating and drinking may help us to grow and keep healthy
- I explore and discover where foods come from as I choose, prepare and taste different foods.
Scottish Curriculum for Excellence First level Health and wellbeing objectives:
- When preparing and cooking a variety of foods, I am becoming aware of the journeys which foods make from source to consumer, their seasonality, their local availability and their sustainability.
Scottish Curriculum for Excellence Second level Health and wellbeing objectives:
- Through exploration and discussion, I can understand that food practices and preferences are influenced by factors such as food sources, finance, culture and religion.
Scottish Curriculum for Excellence Third level Health and wellbeing objectives:
- I can apply food safety principles when buying, storing, preparing, cooking and consuming food.
Scottish Curriculum for Excellence Fourth level Health and wellbeing objectives:
- Having identified diet-related conditions, I can adapt and cook recipes to suit individual needs.
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