The King Arthur Baking Bake for Good Bread Baking Program is available during the school year to student populations between 50-200 people in grades 4-12. Baking is a great hands-on way for kids to learn math, science, and cultural traditions, all while having fun. Through their free Baking Program, King Arthur Flour has taught more than 90,000 school children how to bake bread. In turn, they’ve shared this bread with local food pantries and senior centers.

How does the program work?

King Arthur Baking’s Bake for Good Bread Baking Program is available to schools free of charge. We present one or more 50-minute assemblies for students — a fun combination of baking science, technique and bread-making know-how — and provide everything necessary for each student to make two loaves of bread at home: all-purpose and white whole wheat flour, yeast, a recipe booklet, and even bread bags and twist ties! Students keep one loaf to enjoy at home and bring the other back to school to donate to a community organization chosen by your school.


What does the school do?

  • Enthusiastically supports and promotes the Bake for Good Bread Baking Program
  • Coordinates the assembly arrangements and use of classroom training materials
  • Notifies parents and the community about the Bake for Good Bread Baking Program
  • Selects students to assist the instructor before, during, and after the presentation
  • Assists the instructor with set up and clean up
  • Distributes ingredients and materials to students for bread baking at home
  • Designates a local organization to receive the bread donations and coordinates bread delivery


How can I get more information?

To find out how to get your school involved, visit King Arthur’s website, call 802-229-2240 or email