Fictional Food.

We all remember reading Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Stone Soup as children – this week we are going to recreate some of our favorite foods that exist only within children’s books. Check back on Monday to see what we have dreamed up!

The inspiration for this week’s theme comes from the lovely and talented Montana Timchula who always drinks a cup of weak tea after encountering Mr. McGregor.

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2 Responses to Fictional Food.

  1. katherine says:

    hey ladies! what a marvelous idea! i’m a third grade teacher, and i LOVE the idea of recreating foods that are mentioned in children’s books. on dr. seuss’s birthday, the kindergartners make green eggs and ham, and there’s a local movie theater in austin called the alamo drafthouse that makes its own butter beer when the harry potter movies come out on the big screen. can’t wait to see what else y’all come up with! 😀

    katherine

  2. Katherine – thanks for your note! Another “recipe” we loved but didn’t include in our posts was the Shel Silverstein poem “Me Stew” — that could be a fun exercise to do with your third graders!

    We MUST make a trip to the alamo drafthouse in the near future!

    – amy & hillary

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