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Bread is for Eating


MSRP: $29.95
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Order Number: 126.0122
Format : DVD
Theme: Bread, in its many varieties, is a staple of cultures around the world.
 
This feature book explains the process of making bread - from growing the grain to baking it - in a song sung in English and in Spanish.

Bread is a staple in every culture, and LeVar talks about how the differences in cultures impact on this common food. A Hopi woman shows how she makes blue cornmeal bread, and we visit an East Indian restaurant where they bake bread in a tandoori oven.

Authors: David and Phillis Gershator
Publisher: Henry Holt
 
Field Trip Segments
Bread, for Everyone - Bread is a staple in every culture and LeVar talks about how the differences in cultures impact on this common food.
 Bread Traditions - A Native American Hopi woman shows how she makes blue cornmeal bread.
Baking Bread - LeVar visits an East Indian restaurant where they bake bread in a Tandoori oven.

Click here for Language Arts Teacher’s Guide
Click here for Social Studies Teacher’s Guide

Click here for  Theme Lesson Plan -- "Native American History"

Click here for Parent/Family Activity

Rights granted with purchase include: a) life of media audiovisual use and  b) public performance
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Ideal for Grades: K - 4
Duration: 30 minutes
Closed Captioned
©GPN / WNED-TV
Series #126
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