The food choice consideration cards are one of the resources we use in our 8th grade Debate Plate lesson series to prompt self-reflection, critical thought and meaningful conversations. They are small, colorful cards that have a consideration someone might have when choosing what to eat (ex.
In this 8th grade science lesson, students prepare Kale Pesto and Ricotta Cheese, and visit the pH Lab where they use cabbage juice as an indicator to test the pH of common kitchen ingredients and products.
In this lesson, students participate in making a potting mix using a recipe. Students will: read recipe, delegate tasks, measure ingredients, and work together to mix potting mix in a coordinated choreography.