How can math help you improve your diet? Your students will find out as they work the 20 fun math problems involving nutrition, such as proper diet, exercise, and using information from food labels. Activities show how math is part of their everyday lives and connects to other subject areas, such as consumer education and social studies. A unit also examines world hunger. Teacher notes list each lesson's math skills, concepts, needed materials, procedures, assessment, and extension activities. Correlates to NCTM standards.Food. Pyramid. as. a. Guide. Using the Food Pyramid as a Guide The Food Pyramid. Areas of Study Analysis of data, ... as a Guide handouts ac additional reference books for research Procedures Discus.s the food pyramid with the class.
|Title||:||The Math of Food|
|Author||:||Hope Martin, Susan Guengerich|
|Publisher||:||Walch Publishing - 1999-01-01|