A Sensory Recipe/Poem for Pancake Day
Just a little bit of fun for Pancake day. a sensory story/recipe for encouraging messy play or adding a little bit of literacy and fun into food tech lessons. As always written with SEND children in mind this is a simple recipe with poem/Sensory story to go with it. Easy to adapt and utilise in a number of ways. The sensory elements for exploration are the ingredients to make pancakes so should be a very simple sensory story to resource. Please share if you like this resource.
If you are looking a symbol Pancake Recipe Widgit provide one as a free download click the image below to take you to their page.
Pancake Day, Stancake Day
Stan was a little chap only 5 inches tall
He lived in a box because he was so small.
One day he was hungry and that made him grumble
His tummy was empty and starting to rumble
He looked in a recipe book to make a plan
He needed ingredients, whisk and frying pan.
He ran to the cupboard to get the flour
but ripped the bag, it poured out in a shower.
Covered in flour he found a half dozen eggs.
Crack, splat! now egg is stuck to his legs.
Now moving slow and hopping around
He fell into the milk jug and almost drowned.
Wet and sticky and covered in batter
He shook his head causing mess and splatter.
Next he knocked over the sugar bowl
Stan is running around out of control
He trips, flips and lands in the pan
Oh no! A pancake made out of Stan!
A Stancake! A Stancake! What should we do?
Open our mouths, pop him in and CHEW!
Download a free PDF for printing in A3 using the link below. You can use this as either a placemat or to read the poem. Up to You!
Our Other Sensory Stories.
There are a number of other sensory stories on inclusiveteach.com the others are presented as free PDF booklets and are usually a little longer. Hope you find something useful. Please share if you enjoyed them.
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