BFA Middle School Students Partner with King Arthur Flour to “Bake for Good”

Target 1 – Student-Centered Learning. FWSU students will engage in personalize learning involving collaborative inquiry, problem solving and creative learning opportunities.

Action Step – Highlight, create and model innovative learning opportunities that promote collaborative inquiry, problem solving and creativity for students and staff.

Indicator of Success – Students and staff will participate in a global dialogue to engage in authentic investigation and problem solving with partners located outside of their school community.

KAF logoWednesday morning all middle school students participated in the King Arthur Flour “Bake for Good: Kids Learn Bake Share Program.” Students learned that math, science, reading, and baking know-how add up to delicious bread!

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Students were guided through the process of making bread dough. They learned about the life skills associated with the process, including the math and science of bread-baking.

Each student went home with two bags of King Arthur flour, a Bake for Good recipe booklet, Red Star yeast, a dough scraper, a bread donation bag and twist tie, and bread baking skills. Over the weekend students and family members will bake two loaves of bread and return to school with one loaf that will be donated to areas food charities.

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To learn more about Bake For Good: Kids Learn Bake Share, please visit the website at kingarthurflour.com.

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