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9 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1 / 2
Health

This lesson includes a discussion of spinach and identification of its nutritional benefits. At the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify that spinach is in the vegetable food group and other benefits of spinach. They will be able to explain how spinach is grown as well as the vitamins and nutrients found in spinach. Lastly, they will know the different ways to enjoy spinach.

45 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1
Science

Students will look for evidence of how different types of plants reproduce then will explore whether all plants grow from seeds.

45 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1
Science

Students will explore their human needs and wants by building a forts in the schoolyard and investigating the features of them. Then students will explore the schoolyard to find evidence of animal life and determine where the animals live and what they need to survive.

40 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1
Science

The outdoor classroom is an excellent setting for having your students use their observation skills to examine the different traits of birds that call your schoolyard home. Observing nature creates opportunities for students to understand traits in context, and to practice important skills such as counting, sorting, and classifying.

45 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1
Science

Students will use their senses to explore objects from the schoolyard and then classify them as living or non-living, developing descriptors for each of the two classifications. Further explorations demonstrate plant movement (as a qualifier for being "living") and provide an opportunity for students to sort plants based on observable traits.

9 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1 / 2
Health

This lesson includes a discussion of brown rice and identification of its nutritional benefits. At the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify the food group that brown rice belongs to (grain) and other benefits of brown rice. This lesson will be able to explain how rice is grown and the main nutrients found in rice. Lastly, they will know what brown rice tastes, looks, and feels like.

9 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1 / 2
Health

This lesson includes a discussion of plums and identification of its nutritional benefits. At the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify the food group that plums belong to (fruit) and other benefits of plums. They will be able to explain that plums grow on trees and are in a group called stone fruits. Lastly, they will know the nutrients found in plums.

9 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1 / 2
Health

This lesson includes a discussion of pears and identification of its nutritional benefits. At the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify the food group that pears belong to (fruit) and other benefits of pears. They will be able to identify that pears have fiber, Vitamin C, and potassium.

9 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1 / 2
Health

This lesson includes a discussion of pasta and identification of its nutritional benefits. At the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify the food group that pasta belongs to, and other benefits of pasta. They will be able to explain how pasta is made, identify different kinds of pasta, identify the 2 kinds of grains, as well explain why pasta is good for your body.

9 minutes
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Kindergarten / 1 / 2
Health

This lesson includes a discussion of pumpkin and identification of its nutritional benefits. At the end of this lesson, students should be able to identify the food group pumpkin belongs to and other benefits of pumpkin. They will be able to identify the features of pumpkins, the vitamins in pumpkins, and will learn about pumpkin seeds.