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A hands-on guide to the world of food science for kids ages 8 to 12
The meal on your plate has had many adventures on its way to your belly! Uncover the mysteries of the food you eat with Food Anatomy Activities for Kids, a kids’ guide to the incredible history, science, and culture of food. It’s packed with easy-to-understand lessons, fun recipes, and engaging experiments to make you feel connected to the food you eat―and make your mouth happy!
Travel on a food journey around the world, taste new things, and learn fun facts. Find out all about foods that are foraged or farmed, sweet or savory, baked or preserved―and don’t forget foods that you drink! Get involved by predicting the answers to questions, testing your ideas, and drawing conclusions just like a real food scientist.
Inside Food Anatomy Activities for Kids, you’ll:
- Follow the life of food―Discover colorfully illustrated lessons on the history and uses of 20 different types of foods.
- Try awesome activities―Dive into cool experiments like preserving egg yolks with salt, making butter in a mason jar, and growing new fruit from leftover seeds.
- Think like a scientist―Grab your own notebook and write down your discoveries with the help of in-depth journal prompts after every activity.
Take a trip through the wonderful world of food with Food Anatomy Activities for Kids!
From the Publisher
Kids will explore the history of the food on their plate with:
Fun food facts
Colorfully illustrated lessons teach the history and uses of 20 types of foods—including foraged, farmed, sweet, savory, baked, and preserved.
Get kids involved in every lesson with awesome activities like making nut or seed butter, pickling veggies, and churning gelato in a zip-top bag.
Kids can practice creating hypotheses, testing their ideas, drawing conclusions, and recording their findings just like a scientist.