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Science & Sensory: Food > Lemons

Lemons  added 9-24-00 Original Author Unknown

Ask your students (in advance) to bring in 2 or 3 lemons each. During meeting time, cut a lemon into slices, one into wedges, and leave one whole.  Let the children check out the lemons and verbalize what they see, smell and feel.  List the words offered onto a large lemon shaped cardboard cut-out.  Offer some untouched wedges for brave tasters.


 

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