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Books and Games Building Healthy Beginnings 

All About Farmers’ Markets
A Teaching Guide for Classrooms, Camps, and Community Programs.”

Peggy Sissel-Phelan, Ed.D.
Author and Illustrator

Copyright 2007
ISBN # 0-9771010-2-9
8.5 x 11, 106 pages
Soft cover

Retail Price:  $32.95

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This page was last updated: November 20, 2015

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  • Obesity prevention programs
  • Family literacy programs
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  • Health Fairs
  • Food stamp outreach programs
  • Pediatric weight clinics 




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Active Learning about Nutrition!  
     
     Now you can get kids moving, singing, talking, coloring, cutting, and exploring with “All About Farmers’ Markets: A Teaching Guide for Classrooms, Camps, and Community Programs.”   
     Filled with activities for children in PreK through Second Grade, this companion to “A Visit to the Farmers’ Market” incorporates nutrition education with language arts, social studies, science, music, physical activities, and more.  Many activities are adaptable for older children as well.  
   Ten units include topics such as “Thinking About What We Eat,” “Making Good Food Choices,” “From Farm to Market,” and “Tastes and Textures of the Market.”  Each unit has clearly stated main concepts and learning objectives that address current health education standards and cross curricular approaches.  All of the 40+ activities are original and were developed specifically for the book by the author.
  Activities include games, songs, reproducibles, ideas for parent involvement and suggestions for field trips.
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