food production

Welcome to Our Foods and Food Production Course

Where does food come from? In our Foods and Food Production course, students study various foods such as almonds, Brussels sprouts, corn, grapes, kiwis, lemons, olives, peanuts, strawberries, tomatoes, watermelons, and zucchinis! Components of cooking, geography, reading, and social studies are included in these twenty-six lessons to help students learn more about these foods and methods of food production.

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Foods and Food Production

Length: 26 lessons
Content type: Text and online videos and reading
Grades: 1-3


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