Write a narrative using details and transition words while learning about how pasta can connect us to each other.
Practice descriptive writing while creating a snack mix that represents you.
Learn how eggs are made around the word and write a detailed procedure with the steps.
Learn about food that grows on land by comparing and contrasting.
Learn about how rice is grown while writing from a different point of view.
Learn how fish move from water to our table while writing an argument piece defending where and how to best source fish.
Compare and contrast the health benefits, origins, and the ways we consume sweet potatoes and yams.
Trace the origins of ingredients in a recipe and investigate how to eat seasonally in your hardiness zone.
Learn how food and the environment are interconnected while reading OUR SCHOOL GARDEN by Rick Swann and understanding author's purpose.
Write a story about how a specific meal became an important part of your family’s culture.
Evaluate credible sources to create a nutritious and delicious toast recipe.
Create a flyer persuading people to make an informed food choice after looking at how food advertisements influence food behaviors.
Create a gluten-free meal plan based on research.
Investigate the health benefits of vitamin C.
Research and present how different nutrients benefit our body and health.
Investigate foods that support brain health.
Students will investigate heart healthy eating through texts and conducting interviews.
Record and reflect on food consumption and determine how to adjust eating to include more whole foods.
Design a grocery store that combats food deserts.
Students will research and present about food assistance programs in America.
Learn how we can advocate for food choices and changes by researching a food issue and creating an informative social media post for your peers.
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We partnered with WTTW to launch Food Thoughts, a new animated seven-part series of one-minute videos! New episodes will air throughout the WTTW Kids lineup each week through the week of November 15th.
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