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4 INTRODUCTION Art food magazines still life centerpieces glow-in-the-dark paint garbage bag ties kits for making pot holders chenille stems straws vinyl-coated wire pottery clay yarn nontoxic berries for making dye Language Arts food container labels seed catalogs exercise equipment advertisements restaurant menus cookbooks physical fitness charts recipes pictures of people exercising blank recipe cards pictures of people playing sports gardening magazines chalkboard and chalk or chart paper and markers for writing menus Library The Napping House by Audrey Wood The Greedy Python by Richard Buckley The Empanadas That Abuela Made/Las empandas que hacía la abuela by Diane Gonzales Bertrand Kitten’s First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes Science and Math stopwatches foods to weigh, such as various sizes of apples or potatoes lava lamps dry beans to sort potted plants or a garden (Radishes and leaf lettuce grow quickly in cool climates. Basil, dill, mint, and parsley grow quickly in most climates.) pictures of the digestive system spices to taste raw food—such as potato peels or raw potato, bread, or apple slices—for handling and observing change napkin rings to count and sort aquarium seed packets to sort scales night-lights to examine music boxes