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Read Together: A Fruit Is a Suitcase for Seeds #1

Read the book, comparing a fruit to a suitcase. Have children notice all “fruit suitcases.”

Read Together: Bee-bim Bop!

Discuss how different countries and families have their own special recipes. Read the story and have children notice all the foods in the bee-bim bop.

Read Together: Chicks and Salsa #1

Read the book Chicks and Salsa with children and focus on how the animals in the story solve their problem.

Read Together: Chicks and Salsa #2

Reread the book and discuss how people eat different foods all over the world.

Read Together: Eating the Alphabet #1

Read about plant foods that begin with every letter of the alphabet and have children identify which part of the plant each food is from.

Read Together: Eating the Alphabet #2

Reread the story and have children call out the names of the plants they know.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 8, Week 1

Read Chicks and Salsa, Eating the Alphabet, or another book about plants animals (including humans) eat.

Read Together: Educator’s Choice, Unit 8, Week 2

Read a book about plants and have children identify the leaf and root plants in the story.

Read Together: The Ugly Vegetables #2

Reread the story. Focus children on the words used to describe the vegetables and the garden.

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