Learn more about how food connects us to ourselves by creating your own snack mix.
Write or draw a story and learn how pasta can connect us to each other.
Practice sequencing and learn how eggs are made around the world and how food connects us to the world.
Learn about fruits and vegatables while practicing sorting.
Learn how fish move from the water to our table while sequencing the steps of the process.
Learn about how rice is grown and write about or draw your favorite rice dish.
Students will explore the origins of root vegetables found on our plates.
Learn how food and the environment are interconnected by reading SYLVIA'S SPINACH by Katherine Pryor and retelling the steps of how spinach is grown.
Learn how food and the environment are interconnected through reading OUR SCHOOL GARDEN by Rick Swann.
Reflect and write about food choices while planning a healthy and delicious toast recipe.
Draw and write about meals that are important to your family.
Identify persuasive text features by looking at how food advertisements influence food behaviors.
Draw a healthy meal that includes the six food groups while learning how food impacts health.
Record foods eaten at school and determine if the foods are good for their bodies.
Learn how we can advocate for food choice and changes by reading Zora's Zucchini by Katherine Pryor and sharing food with our community.
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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.
Watch FOOD THOUGHTS