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Fill the table with sand or dirt and have children dig for plants. Have them decide which plants belong above ground and which ones belong underground.
Have children use blocks to build fruit and vegetable aisles of a grocery store and then go shopping in the aisles.
Have children draw a picture of their favorite scene from Chicks and Salsa.
Watch the video Between the Lions “Cliff Hanger and the Fabulous Flying Fish.” Have children listen for words beginning with the /f/ sound.
Have children write a shopping list. Have them count the number of objects they “buy” at the grocery store in the Block Center.
Describe a fiesta and make a “Fiesta Foods” book by having children draw pictures of plant foods that begin with the letter “F.”
Recite the rhyme “Oh, So Yummy.” Have children suggest foods to replace “Carrots, carrots” to make a new rhyme.
Have children draw a picture of their favorite dinner food and write or dictate a sentence about the food.
Talk about recipes. Have children bring in a recipe from home to add to the class’s “Our Recipe Book.”
Have children make a graph of their favorite plants to eat.
Display a chart of different leaf and root vegetables. Have children graph which they like best.
Help children dictate or write riddles about root and leaf vegetables.
Help children dictate or write two ideas about watermelon. Have each child draw a watermelon.
Have children draw a picture of food they would want for dinner. Have them dictate or write a sentence describing the food.
Have children use descriptive vocabulary to describe root and leaf vegetables. Invite them to draw the vegetables to illustrate their descriptions.
Discuss plants children can and cannot eat. Have them continue to explore their plants and record changes in their science notebooks.
Let children freely explore a variety of fruits and vegetables with their senses, and compare the seeds in the plants.
Let children freely explore a variety of vegetables and compare them to the plants they are growing.
Review the vegetables from the week and make a leaf and root vegetable salad to eat.
Have children return to their bean plants to explore and record changes in the plants.