Microwave fun: User-friendly recipe cards

Bergstrom, Tom; Pattavina, Sylvia
September 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Fall95, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p61
Academic Journal
Shows how Sean, a 12-year-old adolescent with severe disabilities living in a group home, learned to follow number- and color-coded directions so he could independently cook his own meals in a microwave oven. Use of recipe cards with photos of commercially available microwaveable meals; Picture rolodex; Use of a Sears Kenmore microwave oven; Five skills taught in the meal preparation.


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