Get kids talking about the science of food, the five food groups, and what a healthy meal looks like. Answering questions like “Why are so many vegetables green?,” “What’s the difference between brown bread and white bread?,” and “Why do beans make you gassy?,” cheerful haiku poems, and a simple Q&A format make this book
FoodMASTER provides lessons that allow students to apply their math and science skills to real-world practices in the kitchen. The teacher edition explains what teachers are responsible for throughout the class, and suggests how to space out the lesson so time is used as efficiently as possible. The student edition provides fun classroom activities and
Whether you’re a cook that gardens, a gardener that cooks, or a person that just loves fresh fruits and vegetables, you will be left motivated and hungry after thumbing through this cookbook! Andrea Chesman, a chef that loves to garden, brings her readers 175 simple and delicious recipes that are organized according to their harvesting
Students become familiar with “My Plate,” the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s nutrition program and teaching tool. Through an exploration of whole foods, they develop an understanding of good nutrition, food groups, and well-balanced meals. They will be able to identify healthy foods and will be empowered to make good food choices.
Students become familiar with “My Plate”, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s nutrition program and teaching tool. Through an exploration of whole foods, they develop an understanding of good nutrition and well-balanced meals.
New York Times Bestseller Michael Pollan, known for his books like Omnivore’s Dilema and In Defense of Food has collaborated with illustrator Maira Kalman to create a beautiful book filled with wisdom about how to eat well. From rule 22, “It’s not food if it arrived through the window of your car” to rule 56