Farworld, Book 1: Water Keep (Far World)

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Nutrition - Put a major classroom focus on the food pyramid which opens the doors to instruction in word reading, categorizing (food groups), food preparation, reading a recipe, measurement, shopping, price comparison, where foods come from (geography-manufacturing), food safety, kitchen safety, selecting a balanced meal, link fitness to diet... Provide your children with daily planners to help them organize their homework assignments, tests, and after-school activities.

Pages: 432

Publisher: Shadow Mountain; First Edition edition (September 12, 2008)

ISBN: 159038962X

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