My Food, Your Food (Cloverleaf Books TM - Alike and Different)

Lisa Bullard Christine M. Schneider


My Food, Your Food (Cloverleaf Books TM - Alike and Different)

My Food, Your Food (Cloverleaf Books TM - Alike and Different)

  • Title: My Food, Your Food (Cloverleaf Books TM - Alike and Different)
  • Author: Lisa Bullard Christine M. Schneider
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Kindle Edition



It s food week in Manuel s class Each student tells about something special his or her family eats Manuel learns that families have different food traditions Some eat noodles with chopsticks Others use a fork Some families eat flat bread Others eat puffy bread What kind of food will Manuel share with his class Join him to find out how deliciously different and alikIt s food week in Manuel s class Each student tells about something special his or her family eats Manuel learns that families have different food traditions Some eat noodles with chopsticks Others use a fork Some families eat flat bread Others eat puffy bread What kind of food will Manuel share with his class Join him to find out how deliciously different and alike food can be.


Recent Comments "My Food, Your Food (Cloverleaf Books TM - Alike and Different)"

This is a cute little book to show students that we may look different but we are all the same.

Ms. Chen's class is learning about foods, so each student is bringing in a special dish that their family enjoys. They try spaghetti from Italy and yi mein from China. They have lefse from Norway, roti from India, and challah from Israel. One child even talks about going fishing with her father to bring home fresh fish for her family. And Manuel, the narrator of the tale, brings in salsa he makes with his abuela. Throughout the week as the children learn about different dishes from different cul [...]

I received this ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Aside from sports, my students love food. They'd certainly love this book - though afterward half of them would complain it made them hungry, then ask to make the foods that were discussed. This book has many positives going for it and could be taught within a variety of contexts. I like that there were questions asked of students along the way, so they are interacting with the book and not just passive listeners. This could be a [...]

This was a nice concept to teach kids about different kinds of foods that children grow up with eating everyday. Overall I thought it could have been slightly longer and slightly more depth. I feel like this was the start of something really interesting and educational for kids but overall I felt it fell slightly flat and need more cultures explored since this book barely scratches the surface.I received this advanced copy from Millbrook Press through Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

Great discussion of different foods across cultures - how two vastly different countries can both have flatbread, to how tomatoes can be used in many different kinds of dishes, to how some families choose to eat or not eat certain things.Food is a great gateway to learning about other places and other cultures, and this book is a good discussion starter!

Professional Support for Diverse Literature book.

1) This book has not won any awards2) It is best suited for students in 1st-2nd grades3) The book follows a class of students as they present different types of traditional foods that relate to their ethnic backgrounds. It provides actual recipes for certain foods from various places from around the globe.4) I believe the book is quite interesting and that the factor of actually learning certain international recipes would definitely be engaging for some students who may have interests in cookin [...]


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