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Food for Thought 3rd and 4th Grade
Hopefully you’ve heard lots of stories about pancakes these days.  Special thanks to Pam and Tom Hockenberry who gave inspiration and matching funds through General Mills and all the parent volunteers for helping make them:  Tracine Asberry, Jessica Bessette, Janet Chalin, Kevin Kinneavy, Charlotte Galvin, Pam Hockenberry.  Now that we’ve shared our pancakes with primary classrooms, we’d like to share our recipes and data with you.

We took an original pancake recipe, changed the grains, used oil instead of butter, and added a bit of sugar.  Here are the three variations and how the primary students rated them:  1 means the students did not like them at all.  5 means the students loved them!

Final Presentation Skits, June 2, 2009
Each class wrote and performed a skit based on their pancake experiences.  They were very creative!  See the photos and videos...
Tuesday's Class
The students created three different pancake recipes for Dawn's class and had the students taste and rate them.
Recipes & Graphs
Pictures
Wednesday's Class
The students created three different pancake recipes for Kristin's class and had the students taste and rate them.
Recipes & Graphs
Pictures
Thursday's Class
The students created three different pancake recipes for Rebekah's class and had the students taste and rate them.
Recipes & Graphs
Pictures
Bread and Popover Recipes
Many students asked for these recipes.  Happy baking!
Healthy Pasta Making with Mike Phillips
Barton parent, Mike Phillips, shared his expertise and homemade pasta recipe with the third and fourth grade students.