Parents, teachers, care-givers...
Learning to bake
cakes from scratch gives children the opportunity to work on and master measuring skills.
Measuring flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, margarine, butter,
oils, and so forth teaches children about fractions.
When making this pineapple
upside down cake with children,
it is a great idea to allow kids to measure ingredients or at least to watch and discuss the process.
Of course the hands-on approach grants more in the area of gaining experience.
Still, either method provides precious learning and priceless adult-child time together.
After completing Part 1 video instructions, scroll down page for Part 2... :}
Pineapple Upside Down Cake Part 1
A Pineapple Poem
By R. Renée Bembry
Pineapple - pineappleNot quite a pine
Certainly not an apple
Makes you wanna grapple
Why it's called pineapple
Pineapple – pineapple
Different from crab apple
Could come in drinks like Snapple
But what is this pineapple?
Hard pokey covered outsides
Golden brown and green
Soft yellow juicy insides
Filled with sweetened rings
When peeled and sliced
They look oh! so nice
And tastes like heaven’s dream
Whether eaten alone or
With cake and ice cream
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Continue slide show after placing cake in oven.
Pineapple Upside Down Cake Part 2