Encourage healthy eating habits and build content-area literacy with the interactive resources in the Foods and Nutrition series. How to Eat a Rainbow (Cut-and-Glue Science) takes a unique approach to learning about healthy foods by combining cut-and-glue illustrations with easy-to-remember rhymes a
Talking to our students about healthy foods, especially snacks, has become a daily occurrence in classrooms everywhere. I love to write poetry and found integrating it into curriculum not only easy but also purposeful, especially when rhyme is involved.
This group of ten nutritious fruit poems, is
PPT in PDF format is for the ode to the french fries in Spanish by Pablo Neruda. PPT also contains several reading comprehension questions in Spanish.
Afterwards students work with a partner or group of three students to write an ode to a regional dish of a Spanish speaking country; flan, paella,
Six original poems about food to use for whole group, literature circles, and poetry unit instruction. Topics include: mac and cheese, apples, pie, popcorn, and coffee. Great for health and nutrition lessons or units.
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