How is a tiny insect responsible for the chocolate candy you love? Does chocolate grow on trees? When did people start eating chocolate candy? How is it made? Who mixed chocolate with blood to make a drink? These and a thousand other answers are found in Chocolate, Riches from the Rainforest by Robert Burleigh. Brilliant pictures and diagrams highlight the fascinating text that will guarantee you can't go 24 more hours without your chocolate fix!
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The 14 activity pages for Chocolate, Riches from the Rainforest are now paired with the 9 activity pages in Kids Wings unit for Hot Diggity Dog: The History of the Hot Dog. Together they are perfect for lesson planning and handouts or projection on your SmartBoard in your study of our favorite foods. It is now available for instant download!
Riches from the Rainforest, Activity Guide includes:
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