Published June 1989 by Educational Development Corporation .
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But on the other hand I also talk about where food comes from (and, when an animal, I talk about how the animal used to be alive), so it would have been beneficial for this to be addressed/5(71). Lower grades may want to stop here and examine the closest and farthest places their food comes from.
They may not know where some of these towns or countries are located. Calculate the distance between the locations listed in column 2 of your table and your home. Record this distance (in miles) in column 3.
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