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Results 1 thru 10 of 12 total resources.

1.  Web Site
Powerful Girls Have Powerful Bones
At this website, aimed at girls aged 9-18, you will find information about calcium, physical activity, and the importance of eating right. The site includes...
Curriculum: Physical Education
Grades: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
2.  Image
Tomato Flower
The flower on the tomato plant is the fruit that turns into a tomato. (Keywords: plants, flowers, gardens)
Curriculum: Science
3.  Image
Cornucopia
Fall basket full of fruit and vegetables in autumn colors. (Keywords: agriculture, Fall, food, harvest, Thanksgiving, vegetable, holidays)
Curriculum: History/Social Science
4.  Image
Corn Field
Corn is grown close to each other to ensure that plants fertilize each other. (Keywords: vegetable, plants, farm)
5.  Image
Pumpkin
Colorful sketch of a pumpkin
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
6.  Book
Here a Plant, There a Plant, Everywhere a Plant...
Highlights the life of the plant breeder who developed many new trees, fruit, flowers, vegetables, grains, and grasses and improved many plants and trees ale...
Curriculum: English/Language Arts
Grades: K, 1, 2, 3
7.  Image
Carrots
Carrots are a great source of Vitamin A and a delicious snack.
Curriculum: Science
8.  Image
Steamed Asparagus
Ready-to-eat asparagus
Curriculum: Science
9.  Image
Potatoes
Red, white, and russet potatoes
Curriculum: Home Economics
10.  Image
Pumpkins
Pick a pumpkin from the pile
Curriculum: History/Social Science


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