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Adapted from You Are What You Eat! by Christine Anne Royce
Science & Children | Summer 2010 | Vol 47, Issue 9
Students will identify through testing which foods contain carbohydrates, fats, sugars, or proteins. These activities will help students connect the science of food makeup to the abundant variety available to them in their daily choices.
3-5: These activities will help students connect the science of food makeup to the abundant variety available to them in their daily choices.
Refer back to the predictions made by the students and see how accurate they were. Were there any surprises?
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