This book teaches the steps of how the food in their lunchbox is produced and processed. Pictures and text illustrate the steps for bread, cheese, tomatoes, apple juice, carrots, chocolate, and a clementine. It also teaches about food groups and making healthy eating choices.
The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen Lesson Plans, based on the picture book written by Diana Prichard, explores the origins of the food we consume on a daily basis and the instrumental role that farms and farmers play in providing food for the community. Download our The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen Lesson Plans now. (Ages 4-8)
While tracing the development of an apple tree from bud to fruit, Schnieper highlights the progress of an apple tree through the four seasons. The book provides an overview of life in an orchard. Beautiful full-color photos and black-and-white line drawings highlight and elucidate the text. An excellent explanation of grafting is also included.
Farmer Duck isn't your average duck. This duck cooks and cleans, tends the fields, and cares for the other animals on the farm—all because the owner of the farm is too lazy to do these things himself. But when Farmer Duck finallly collapses from exhaustion, the farmyard animals come to the rescue with a simple but heroic plan.