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Title:Food Safety Express- An Educational Program for Young Children
Producer:University of Missouri Cooperative Extension Service
Description:This program is designed for use with preschool children ages 4 through 6 and with children in kindergarten and first grade. The program consists of five videos featuring puppets who introduce food safety topics in an entertaining way. Titles of the videos are: 1) Don't Eat Worms or Germs, 2) How to Eat a Cracker, 3) How to Open Food, 4) How to Eat Spaghetti, 5) Peanut Butter and Belly Sandwich. In addition to the video, a teaching manual includes plans for five lessons featuring one of the video vignettes with a lesson overview, objectives, and suggested activities for home and school; directions for activities including supply lists; and background information about microorganisms and food safety.
Topic:Preparation and Handling
Audience:Children
Format/Pub. Year:Kits (1993)
Contact Information:
 University of Missouri Cooperative Extension Service
Cost:Free with Restrictions
How To Order:Available through NAL's InterLibrary Loan Program. Request Library Materials
NAL Call Number:Kit no. 269
Grant Number:Extension grantee 1991

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