Using our chocolate chip cookie recipe, this worksheet asks children to think about playing with the original quantities - practising their multiplication and division skills in the process.
Help the kids practise reading comprehension and writing skills with our fun recipe worksheets. Reading the lists of ingredients and understanding the step-by-step directions on our reading comprehension worksheets will help the kids fine-tune their comprehension skills, and they might learn a tasty recipe too! Or they can have a go at planning and writing down their own recipe.
Have you got a recipe for a meal or cake you would like to try making? Write down your recipe on our special recipe book page, and draw some pictures too!
Can the kids read the Christmas Pudding Biscuits recipe, then answer the questions on the second page to show they have followed and understood the instructions?
It's important to follow recipes carefully to get the best results, and this recipe comprehension test is a great way for the kids to practise reading and understanding ingredients, measurements and instructions. Can they read the Welsh Cakes recipe then answer the questions at the end?
These fondant penguins look tasty and cute too! But can the kids read and follow the recipe carefully and answer the question on the second page? A fun way to practise comprehension skills...