The Milk Group is a part of the Healthy Eating with MyPyramid. In 2005 the USDA unveiled MyPyramid, which replaced the old Food Guide Pyramid, stresses the need for individual food plans. The Healthy Eating with MyPyramid set explains each food group and gives healthy, tasty ideas for getting the nutrients you need every day.
Categories: Foods & Nutrition | Type: Book | Age: K - K
This beautifully illustrated tale presents a daughter’s tender memories of growing up in rural America-from chasing mourning doves across shafts of sunlight and playing hide-and-seek between the cows to swinging from a rope into a feathered of hay. At the center of her memories are the songs her father played for the cows and the love he showed for his daughter.
Categories: Animals, Farming, General Agriculture | Type: Book | Age: 1st - 4th
How does a tiny acorn grow into an enormous oak tree? With beautiful and accurate watercolor illustrations this book traces the process of how a little seed grows into the plants and trees that surround us. This book supports the Common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
Categories: Gardening, General Agriculture, Plants | Type: Book | Age: K - 3rd
Designed to provide teachers and administrators with a range of practical suggestions for making the schoolyard a varied and viable learning resource, Moving the Classroom Outdoors presents concrete examples of how urban, suburban, and rural schools have enhanced the school site as a teaching tool. The book focuses on the practical and the specific, including ideas for seating, signage, planting considerations, teaching/meeting areas, outdoor classroom management, pathways, equipment storage, raised gardens, and more. The book also provides an outdoor activity sampler, information on incorporating technology into the outdoor learning experience, and a chapter on the unique concerns of urban schools.
Many gardeners find that once they have children gardening goes the way of late-night dinner parties and Sunday morning sleep-ins. Raising kids and maintaining a garden can be a juggling act, leaving the family garden forgotten and neglected. But kids can make great gardening companions, and the benefits of including them are impossible to ignore. Gardening gets kids outdoors and away from television and video games, increases their connection to plants and animals, and helps build enthusiasm for fresh fruits and vegetables. Their involvement becomes the real harvest of a family garden.
Categories: Foods & Nutrition, Gardening | Type: Book | Age: K - 12th