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Note: There is an actual Pancake Day in the UK. See more about it and find dates at Wikipedia. (However, this should not be confused with IHOP's Pancake Day, which is a commercial promotion for the US restaurant chain and falls on a different date... but does include free pancakes. :)



If You Give a Pig a Pancake by Laura Numeroff

Pancakes for Supper by Anne Isaacs

Pancakes, Pancakes! by Eric Carle

Hey Pancakes! by Tamson Weston

The Great Pancake Escape by Paul Many

Curious George Makes Pancakes by H.A. Rey

Pancakes for Breakfast by Tomie DePaola

Tallulah in the Kitchen by Nancy Wolff

Who Likes Pancakes? by Wes Magee





Pancake Rhyme

(make the actions indicated)

Mix a pancake, stir a pancake

Pop it in a pan

Fry a pancake, toss a pancake

Catch it if you can!


Make a Pancake

Make a pancake, pat, pat, pat

(pat hands together)

Do not make it fat, fat, fat

(stretch hands wide)

You must make it flat, flat, flat

(pat and press hands together)

Make a pancake just like that!





Pancake Template: http://www.littlesheep-learning.co.uk/pdf/cuttingcolouringpancake.pdf

Pancake Flipping Coloring Page: http://www.activityvillage.co.uk/Tossing_pancakes.pdf


Pancake Flipper

Make a 'frying pan' by glueing a paint stick onto the bottom of a paper plate. Punch a hole and tie a string to the front of the plate. Glue the other end of the string in between two brown circles to make the pancake. Let kids decorate their pancake flipper as desired, and practice flipping and catching the pancake!


Breakfast Plate

Cut strips of brown paper (bacon), white ovals and smaller yellow circles (eggs), and tan circles (pancakes). Let kids glue these onto a paper plate to make their own perfect breakfast!



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