Video – Kids a Cookin’: Do you know how wheat is made into flour? How muffins are made in a bakery? Watch this fun tour of a flour mill from the Kids a Cookin’ & Movin’ curriculum developed by Kansas State University Research and Extension.
Let North Dakota farm girl Jenny Johnson introduce you to the wheat kernel and explain how it is grown, marketed and made into delicious, nutritious foods. Activities include identifying parts of a wheat kernel and plant, unscrambling terms, crossing out letters to reveal good things about wheat, a crossword puzzle, and recipe. Ages 8 and older. Twenty pages.
Join first graders Sammy Spaghetti and Becky Bread along with their teacher Mrs. Goodfood for an exciting tale of how wheat becomes food and why wheat foods are good for you. Activities include coloring the illustrations, a maze, matching drawings, determining the order of a sequence of events, a dot-to-dot picture, and a search for hidden wheat foods. Ages 5-7. Sixteen pages.