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Food and Nutrition
Directory > Physical Education and Health > Food and Nutrition



8 subcategories 10 Projects 90 Resources

Subcategories:
  • Bread and Cereals (3)
  • Dairy (2)
  • Desserts (22)
  • Food Pyramid (5)
  • Fruit (31)
  • Meat (5)
  • Recipes (2)
  • Vegetables (12)

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    Resources

    Results 61 thru 70 of 90 total resources.

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    Bowl of Soup
    A yummy bowl of hot soup
    Curriculum: Home Economics
    62.  Image
    Fresh-Baked Cookies
    It's the time of year to put cookies out for Santa
    63.  Image
    Gingerbread Man
    A gingerbread man smiling gleefully
    64.  Image
    Crabs
    A picture of crabs from San Francisco's Pier 39.
    65.  Image
    Steamed Lobster
    A picture of steamed lobster from San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.
    66.  Image
    Jelly Beans
    Row of sweet colorful jelly beans
    Curriculum: Other
    67.  Image
    Coffee Bean Plant
    Coffee bean plant grown Kauai, Hawaii
    68.  Image
    Steamed Asparagus
    Ready-to-eat asparagus
    Curriculum: Science
    69.  Web Site
    Apples and More
    Everything about apples including a long list of facts, types, pictures, recipes, history, and legends.
    Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science, Home Economics
    Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
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    Washington Apples
    Red Delicious Washington apples are one of 2500 varieties grown in the United States.
    Curriculum: Science, Home Economics


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