Well, I pondered the idea of having class starters (bell-ringer) be a Daily 5 or at least a Daily 3 with other course integration. This is what I've started with. I started with a bit on water, favorite foods, and then mostly about apples since September is their national recognition month. With the format, students can place the whole page in the composition notebook or it can be trimmed down to its daily section depending on how you want their INB or binder set up:
Culinary Week 1 Day 1
Culinary & ELA: Write a sentence about your 2 favorite foods & why they are your faves=
Culinary & Math: Make tally marks for every 8 ounces of water you have drank in past 24 hours=
Total # = _______
Culinary & Science & Technology: Find a reliable online source to research, record, and write 2 facts about apples=
Culinary Week 1 Day 2
Culinary & Social Studies & Tech.: What US state is known for volume of apple production?
What region or coast of the US is this state found? _______________________
Culinary & ELA: Write a sentence about your 2 favorite apple recipes & why they are=
Culinary & Math: Create a bar graph for # of servings of fruits & veggies you’ve eaten in past 24 hrs.=
Culinary Week 1 Day 3
Culinary & Science/Tech: What do roses & apples have in common? Source:
Culinary & Social Studies: Who is a famous US folk hero connected to apples? And why? Source:
Culinary & ELA: Besides eating an apple raw, list 9 other ways apples can be used in a menu=
Culinary Week 1 Day 4
Culinary & Math/Tech: How many calories are in 8 oz of apple juice?_________ How many calories are in 1 med. size apple? _________ Source=
Culinary & Science/Tech: Expand on the previous math ?--Why or how can there be a difference in the calories?
Culinary & Social Studies/Consumer Ed./Tech: What are today’s advertised prices at ________________ store for 3 apple products?
In the past I've used quotes or a sentence prompt for student responses. Has anyone done something like what is shown in this post?
Happy FACS planning for Fall 2019!