Table of Contents
Introduction

Unit 1:  Picture This:  A Visit to the Farmers’ Market   
1. Book It . . . to the Farmers’ Market 
2. Our Friend - the Book  
3. Letters, Numbers, Colors, & Shapes at the Market
4. Find It! . . . at the Market

Unit 2:  Thinking About What We Eat  
1. Food Categories 
2. Fruits and Veggies in a Flash (Cards)
3. What’s in the Bag? 
4. Red Potatoes, White Potatoes … 
5. What Colors Do I Eat? - Part I

Unit 3: Making Good Food Choices  
1. Take Your Pick! 
2. Fill Your Basket 
3. What’s Fresh?  
4. Fresh Sense - Part I

Unit 4:  From Farm to Market  
1. Plow, Plant, Water, Weed  
2. Farm, field, market, home   
3. To Market, To Market  
4. Market day & Time 
5. Market Stand Math 
6. Getting there   

Unit 5:  Planning A Visit to the Farmers’ Market
1. Do You Know Where the Market Is?  
2. Market Manners 
3. Market Hazards – Heads Up for Safety!
4. Ask a Farmer - Part I 
5. What Colors Do I Eat? – Part II
6. I Can Eat a Rainbow

Unit 6:  Field Trip to the Farmers’ Market      
1. Going on a Field Trip
2. Ask a Farmer - Part II
3. Fresh Choices  
4. Buying and Selling

Unit 7:  Tastes and Textures of the Farmers’ Market  
1. Safe ways with Food
2. Taste, tasting, tasted  
3. Food basket 
4. My Friend’s Family

Unit 8:  Putting it All Together 
1. Thank you notes 
2. My Farmers’ Market book 
3. One New Thing: “Goal Setting”
4. Fresh Sense - Part II  

Unit 9:  Sharing What We Learned Part I: Preparation   
1. Setting the Stage  
2. Practice and Props
3. Programs
4. Invitations

Unit 10:  Sharing What We Learned Part II: A Presentation for Parents and Community  

Appendix
About the Author
Index


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Copyright 2007, Peggy Sissel-Phelan
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Copyright 2007, Peggy Sissel-Phelan
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Copyright 2007, Peggy Sissel-Phelan
Copyright 2007, Peggy Sissel-Phelan
Copyright 2007, Peggy Sissel-Phelan
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