Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Correlations

Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids Grade 3-4

Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids Grade 3-4

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Strand - Reading Standards: Informational Text, Grade 3

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.3.1: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.

Activity Page
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.3.3: Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.

Activity Page
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.3.2: Determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how they support the main idea.

Activity Page
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
What’s the Difference? 40
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Why Water? 59
Dental Health 67

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.3.4: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words and phrases in a text relevant to a grade 3 topic or subject area.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Exercise of the Day 11 to 12
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Beanbags and Relays 72
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.3.5: Use text features and search tools (e.g., key words, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate information relevant to a given topic efficiently.

Activity Page
Food Groups 14
Think About Vegetables 22
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
Corn Review Word Search 34
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
Heart Rate 71
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.3.7: Use information gained from illustrations (e.g., maps, photographs) and the words in a text to demonstrate understanding of the text (e.g., where, when, why, and how key events occur).

Activity Page
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Nuts About Protein 47
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Dental Health 67
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Healthy Habits Game 79

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RI.3.10: By the end of the year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, at the high end of the grades 2–3 text complexity band independently and proficiently.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Exercise of the Day 11 to 12
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Beanbags and Relays 72
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Strand - Writing Standards, Grade 3

Text Types and Purposes

ELA.W.3.1: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.

Activity Page
Learn About Mangoes 20
New Vegetables 29
Think About Protein Foods 42
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Junk Food 89
Be Active Every Day 91

Text Types and Purposes

ELA.W.3.2: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.

Activity Page
Learn About Mangoes 20
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Food Safety 64
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Machine Movements 74
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Production and Distribution of Writing

ELA.W.3.4: With guidance and support from adults, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose. (Grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in standards 1–3 above.)

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Heart Rate 71
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Junk Food 89
Be Active Every Day 91

Research to Build and Present Knowledge

ELA.W.3.7: Conduct short research projects that build knowledge about a topic.

Activity Page
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Let’s Talk About Water 87
Junk Food 89
I Am In Charge 90
Be Active Every Day 91

Range of Writing

ELA.W.3.10: Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Heart Rate 71
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Junk Food 89
Be Active Every Day 91

Strand - Speaking and Listening Standards, Grade 3

Comprehension and Collaboration

ELA.SL.3.1: Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.

Activity Page
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Talk About Fruit 21
Green Is a Great Color 28
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Why Water? 59
Food Safety 64
Physical Safety 69
Beanbags and Relays 72
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Healthy Habits Game 79
Relay Activities 80
Outdoor Activities 81

Comprehension and Collaboration

ELA.SL.3.2: Determine the main ideas and supporting details of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally.

Activity Page
Beanbags and Relays 72
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Healthy Habits Game 79
Outdoor Activities 81

Strand - Language Standards, Grade 3

Conventions of Standard English

ELA.L.3.1: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
My Plate 15
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Think About Whole Grains 31
Think About Dairy Foods 37
Think About Protein Foods 42
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
What Is Junk Food? 53
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Food Safety 64
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Active Days 73
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Let’s Talk About Water 87
Junk Food 89
I Am In Charge 90
Be Active Every Day 91
Journal Entry 92

Conventions of Standard English

ELA.L.3.2: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.

Activity Page
Think About Vegetables 22
Think About Whole Grains 31
Think About Dairy Foods 37
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Active Days 73
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Let’s Talk About Water 87
Junk Food 89
I Am In Charge 90
Be Active Every Day 91
Journal Entry 92

Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

ELA.L.3.4: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning word and phrases based on grade 3 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Exercise of the Day 11 to 12
Steps to Healthy Eating 13
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Beanbags and Relays 72
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Let’s Talk About Water 87
Junk Food 89
I Am In Charge 90
Be Active Every Day 91
Journal Entry 92

Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

ELA.L.3.6: Acquire and use accurately grade-appropriate conversational, general academic, and domain-specific words and phrases, including those that signal spatial and temporal relationships (e.g., After dinner that night we went looking for them).

Activity Page
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Active Days 73
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Let’s Talk About Water 87
Junk Food 89
I Am In Charge 90
Be Active Every Day 91
Journal Entry 92

Strand - Reading Standards: Informational Text, Grade 4

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.4.1: Refer to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

Activity Page
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.4.3: Explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts in a historical, scientific, or technical text, including what happened and why, based on specific information in the text.

Activity Page
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66

Key Ideas and Details

ELA.RI.4.2: Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.

Activity Page
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
What’s the Difference? 40
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Why Water? 59
Dental Health 67

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.4.4: Determine the meaning of general academic and domain-specific words or phrases in a text relevant to a grade 4 topic or subject area.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Exercise of the Day 11 to 12
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Beanbags and Relays 72
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Craft and Structure

ELA.RI.4.5: Describe the overall structure (e.g., chronology, comparison, cause/effect, problem/solution) of events, ideas, concepts, or information in a text or part of a text.

Activity Page
Food Groups 14
Think About Vegetables 22
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
Corn Review Word Search 34
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
Heart Rate 71
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75

Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

ELA.RI.4.7: Interpret information presented visually, orally, or quantitatively (e.g., in charts, graphs, diagrams, time lines, animations, or interactive elements on Web pages) and explain how the information contributes to an understanding of the text in which it appears.

Activity Page
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Nuts About Protein 47
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Dental Health 67
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Healthy Habits Game 79

Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

ELA.RI.4.10: By the end of year, read and comprehend informational texts, including history/social studies, science, and technical texts, in the grades 4–5 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Exercise of the Day 11 to 12
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Fruit Seeds We Eat 19
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
Green Is a Great Color 28
New Vegetables 29
Two Kinds of Peppers 30
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Types of Corn 33
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
How Do We Get Our Milk? 38 to 39
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Fish-Protein and Good Fat 45
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Nuts About Protein 47
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins and Minerals Chart 49
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
How Much Is a Serving? 61
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Dental Health 67
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Physical Fitness 70
Heart Rate 71
Beanbags and Relays 72
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Strand - Writing Standards, Grade 4

Text Types and Purposes

ELA.W.4.2: Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.

Activity Page
Learn About Mangoes 20
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Food Safety 64
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Machine Movements 74
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92

Text Types and Purposes

ELA.W.4.1: Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information.

Activity Page
Learn About Mangoes 20
New Vegetables 29
Think About Protein Foods 42
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
What Is Junk Food? 53
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Junk Food 89
Be Active Every Day 91

Production and Distribution of Writing

ELA.W.4.4: Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. (Grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in standards 1–3 above.)

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber? 54
What Is Cholesterol? 55
Sodium 56
Sugar 57
Added Sugar 58
Why Water? 59
Food Tips for Tip-Top Health 60
Plan a Menu 62
So Many Healthy Foods! 63
Food Safety 64
Healthy Lifestyles 65
Make a “Healthy Me” Mini-Book 66
Get Enough Sleep 68
Physical Safety 69
Heart Rate 71
Active Days 73
Machine Movements 74
Sports Field Day 75
Summer Fun 76
Fitness Challenge 77
The World Around You 78
Healthy Habits Game 79
Food and Fitness Journal 82 to 92
Being Healthy 83
I Didn’t Know That! 86
Junk Food 89
Be Active Every Day 91

Range of Writing

ELA.W.4.10: Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.

Activity Page
Take the Pledge 8
Food Groups 14
My Plate 15
Think About Fruit 16 to 17
How Does Fruit Grow? 18
Learn About Mangoes 20
Talk About Fruit 21
Think About Vegetables 22
Culinary or Fruit Vegetables 23
Plant Parts 24
Where Do Our Vegetables Grow? 25
Garden to Plate 26
Farm to Store 27
New Vegetables 29
Think About Whole Grains 31
What Is a Whole Grain? 32
Corn Review Word Search 34
Which Foods Have Whole Grains? 35
Whole Grains Every Day 36
Think About Dairy Foods 37
What’s the Difference? 40
Eating Dairy Foods 41
Think About Protein Foods 42
Beef Is a Source of Protein 43 to 44
Legumes for Protein and More! 46
Making Healthy Food Choices 48
Vitamins 50
Vitamins and Minerals 51
Calories Equal Energy 52
What Is Junk Food? 53
What Is Fiber?