What's for Lunch?

What s for Lunch What s for lunch Your body needs lots of different things to eat and every kind of food has a different job to do Did you know drinking milk makes your bones strong Or that eating carrots helps you s

  • Title: What's for Lunch?
  • Author: Sarah L. Thomson Nila Aye
  • ISBN: 9780062331380
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What s for lunch Your body needs lots of different things to eat, and every kind of food has a different job to do Did you know drinking milk makes your bones strong Or that eating carrots helps you see better Read and find out about the different kinds of food we eat and how to fill up your plate to keep your body healthy A new addition to the award winning Let s ReadWhat s for lunch Your body needs lots of different things to eat, and every kind of food has a different job to do Did you know drinking milk makes your bones strong Or that eating carrots helps you see better Read and find out about the different kinds of food we eat and how to fill up your plate to keep your body healthy A new addition to the award winning Let s Read and Find Out Science series, this book features content rich vocabulary in simple, engaging text by writer Sarah L Thomson, fascinating visual displays of information by illustrator Nila Aye, and a find out section with simple guides to learn about everyday healthy eating Both text and artwork were vetted for accuracy by Dr Carolyn Johnson, PhD, FAAHB, NCC, LPA, and Keelia O Malley, MPH.This is a Level 1 Let s Read and Find Out, which means the book explores introductory concepts perfect for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math STEM standards Let s Read and Find Out Science is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Subaru Science Books Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.

    One thought on “What's for Lunch?”

    1. I like these "Let's Read and Find Out" books. They give a simple introduction to concepts we will need to know our whole lives. This book was about nutrition.

    2. This book is a great way to introduce nutrition, and what various kinds of food do to each individual's body, to children. I appreciate the way that this book phrases the factual information, in addition to showing the reasons behind why you should eat particular things; and how much of each. One of my favorite suggestions that the book made was for children to start keeping a "Rainbow Chart", which provides a great incentive to make sure that children eat all different kinds and colors of food. [...]

    3. Graphics include diverse participants as a young boy explains types of foods and why he isn't allowed to just eat dessert.

    4. Always good to have a book explaining the different important parts of a mealotein, carbohydrates, fats, etc. Very relevant and easy to understand.

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