|Statement||illustrated by ; Isauro de la Rosa.|
|Series||Look read and learn series|
|Contributions||De la Rosa, Isauro.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Be Active Your Way on Earth Day: PDF: Word Scramble - Whole Grains: PDF: MyPlate Coloring Sheet with Food Group Names: English, Español: MyPlate Coloring Sheet - Blank: PDF: Mini Poster: Make Half Your Plate Fruits and Vegetables: PDF: Healthy Eating for Preschoolers: English, Spanish: MyPlate, MyWins Mini Poster: English PDF, Spanish PDF. How to Build a Healthy Plate. Choose a 9-INCH OR SMALLER PLATE. Use a ruler and measure across your plate. Use a 9-inch plate or smaller to prevent. overfilling the plate and eating too much. Fill ½ of the 9-inch plate with NON- STARCHY VEGETABLES and FRUITS. o Choose a variety of vegetables, especially dark-green, red, and orange vegetables. Get to know your green beans from your aubergines with this bright and lively look at vegetables. Learn about favourite vegetables and find out how different types grow. On Your Plate: Vegetables. Enlarge cover. Suitable for 5 - 7 years. Book Club orders. FREE delivery to schools;. Whether it is a vegetable grown at home, seen in the grocery store, or served on your plate, children will have a fun and engaging time learning new things about the vegetables they come across or vegetables they do not know about. ‘I’m eaten raw, With a taste that’s crisp and sweet, Sometimes with a little, spicy heat. What am I?’.