In this fascinating new book Slim explores the essential nutritional value of oils and water. Students will learn why oils are essential to health, what foods produce oils, what oil products are consumed around the world, and how much oil is needed every day. Students will also learn about why drinking enough water is essential to good health and how much water they need each day.
In this interesting new book Slim explores the essential nutritional value of the vegetable group. Students will learn about the incredible variety of vegetables and vegetable products, the history of vegetables in the human diet, what is special about dark green and leafy vegetables, what changes occur when vegetables are cooked, vegetables grown around the world, and how many vegetables a person needs each day.
In this "meaty" new book Slim explores the essential nutritional value of the meat group. Students will learn that this group is made up of more than meat. It includes poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs and nuts. Children will also discover why tofu is part of this group, how this group helps build strong muscles, what different kinds of meats, poultry, fish, etc. are eaten around the world, and how much a person needs to eat each day from this group.
Slim explores the nutritional value of the grains group in this fascinating new book. Students will learn about the long history of grain cultivation, where grains are grown today, what types of food products are made from grains (ie. pasta, rice, bread, etc.), the importance of eating whole grains, different grains grown around the world, and how much grain a person needs each day to keep healthy.
In this sweet new book Slim explores the essential nutritional value of the fruit group. Students will learn about the amazing amount of water in fruit, how fruit blossoms, why the tomato is considered a piece of fruit, the wide variety of products made with fruit, groves and orchards around the world, how worms get into apples, and how many fruits a person needs to eat each day.
In this interesting new book Slim explores the essential nutritional value of the dairy group. Students will learn about why dairy products are so important for healthy bones and teeth, how milk is brought to market, the difference between whole milk and fat-free milk, how cheese and yogurt is made, what kinds of animals produce milk, different dairy products used around the world, and how much dairy a person needs to consume each day.
Playgrounds are places to play and have fun - but don't forget to watch out for potential hazards. Not taking care on playground equipment and ignoring the rules can lead to serious trouble. Safety at the Playground makes learning to take care at the playground easy for children to understand.
It is important for children to know how to keep safe while at school. Protective equipment is needed when playing contact sports or conducting experiments. Horsing around in class is a definite 'no' when it comes to keeping safe at school.
There are plenty of potential hazards in the home - and Safety at Home works to keep kids safe from them! Children will learn about taking care when cooking, not playing with dangerous items, and playing safely outside.
Even a shallow pool can be dangerous if you don't take care! Come inside Safety Around Water and learn how to keep safe and have fun at the lake, swimming pool or pond.
Learning Goal: to encourage students to listen to instructions; to follow instructions; to develop skills and flexibility of movement while doing many different types of movement.
Learning Goal: to encourage physical activity through game play; to develop flexibility and balance through body movement; to follow a set of instructions moving quickly through a given space.
Learning Goal: to develop good muscular strength through play; to encourage the development of teamwork, leadership and cooperation among a group of individuals.
Learning Goal: to develop good cardiovascular strength through play; to encourage teamwork and thus to enhance the classroom relationships at this age; to develop good hand-eye coordination.
Learning Goal: to develop good cardiovascular strength through play; to encourage the development of different movements.
Learning Goal: to encourage the development of different movements and flexibility; to encourage the development of quick thinking to perform an action; to encourage the development of teamwork, leadership, and cooperation among a group of individuals.