"Educators who want to build a classroom food community do not need to be accomplished cooks nor expert gardeners. They simply need to be interested in using food as a way to connect learning to meaningful, real-world experience. Starting in September, The School Garden Doctor will post themed activities that include videos, suggested book titles, and tips for how to conduct tasting or cooking experiences for children."

Carrie Strohl, Napa Valley Marketplace Magazine

Five Food Literacy Themes

Cherry Tomatoes at the Farmers Market
Vegetables
Getting Soup

Building Community

through Cuisine

Preparing Dough

(Agri)Cultural & Historical Traditions

Farmer Holding Corn

Testimonials

Common Core Cooking

Connecting Home and School Through Food Education

Liz Corey,

3rd Grade Teacher

I learned that students get VERY excited when they work with food. Food brings students together and they learn about traditions and cultures as well.

Carrie Strohl, The School Garden Doctor

Eat-Read-Talk-Write is a classroom-tested approach to that puts food at the center of literacy instruction to connect food literacy themes with Common Core State Standards for ELA/Literacy.

Kim Floyd, TK Teacher

I feel like I hit the jackpot!

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