Foods from Around the World

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Foods from Around the World

Foods from Around the WorldBy: Sara GurtnerClick here to start!

SpaghettiRiceTacosHot DogsStart the Quiz!StopClick on one of these food choices or the button to get started. Once you are done with all four foods, click on Start the Quiz!

What is spaghetti?StopLong, stringy pasta mixed with meat sauce.A thin crust of dough with sauce and different toppings.

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Hot dogs are originally from the country of Germany.

GOOD JOB!You have successively learned about different types of food from around the world! You did a fantastic job!

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Good Job!Spaghetti is long, stringy pasta that is often mixed with tomato or meat sauce. The spaghetti noodles are made of flour and water.

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Nice Try!Spaghetti is long, stringy past that is often mixed with tomato or meat sauce. The spaghetti noodles are made of flour and water.

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Do you know what the word spaghetti actually means?

StopThe word spaghetti is the plural form of the Italian world spaghetto, which means thin string or twine.

StopSpaghetti is originally from the country of Italy and was first made around the 1100s in the southern region of the country.

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Southern Italy is located in this area on the map!

StopSpaghetti was first introduced to the United States during the end of the 1800s and has been a very popular dish ever since!

YUM!Stop and Think About It!Spaghetti is long, stringy pasta that is often mixed with tomato or meat sauce. Spaghetti noodles are made from flour and wheat.Spaghetti is originally from Southern Italy.Spaghetti was first introduced to the United States during the 1800s.

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StopSpaghettiRiceTacosHot DogsStart the Quiz!Click on one of these food choices or the button to get started! Once you are done with all four foods, click on Start the Quiz!Correct!

Fantastic!StopRice is a seed of the Oryza plant that is eaten when cooked. The common form of the rice seed is cereal wheat.

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The word rice comes from the word arisi that is from the Tamil language spoken in the countries of India and Singapore.

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Rice is originally grown and harvested in the region around the Yangtze River. The Yangtze River is located in the country of China.

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The Yangtze River is located here.

Stop Rice was first introduced in the United States in 1694. Thats over 300 years ago! Today, there are over 100 different varieties of rice that are produced in six US states.

Looks delicious!Stop and Think About It!Rice is a seed of the Oryza plant that is eaten when cooked.Rice is originally from the region around the Yangtze River in China. Rice was first introduced to the United States in 1694.There are over 100 different varieties of rice that are produced in six US states.

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Time for a review!

StopSpaghettiRiceTacosHot DogsStart the Quiz!Click on one of these food choices or the button to get started! Once you are done with all four foods, click on Start the Quiz!Correct!

SUPER!Stop Tacos are made of a corn or wheat tortilla usually filled with ingredients such as beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onions.

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The word taco comes from the Mexican word taco, which means a plug used to fill a hole.

Stop Tacos are an original Mexican dish and were first made and eaten by the people living in the lake region of the Valley of Mexico.

The Valley of Mexico is located here on the map.Stop

Stop Tacos became popular in the United States in the early 1900s. In the United States the most common kind of taco is the hard shell taco.

Delicious!Stop and Think About It!Tacos are made of a corn or wheat tortilla usually filled with ingredients such as beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onions. The word taco means a plug used to fill a hole. Tacos are from the country of Mexico. The dish became popular in the United States in the early 1900s.

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ReviewTime!

StopClick on one of these choices or the button to get started! Once you are done with all 4 foods, click on Start the Quiz!SpaghettiRiceTacosHot DogsStart the Quiz!Correct!Stop

BRAVO!A hot dog is a sausage served on a sliced bun. Most people add toppings to their hot dogs such as mustard, ketchup, onions and relish.

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The word hot dog also means someone particularly skilled or excellent. Hot dog is another word for sausage.

Stop Hot dogs are originally from the town of Frankfurt, Germany and were first made around the year 1200.

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The city of Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany and is located here on the map!

Stop Hot dogs were first introduced to the United States around 1870 when German immigrant Charles Feltman began selling them at Coney Island, a famous beach and amusement park in New York.

Tasty!Stop and Think About It!A hot dog is a sausage served on a sliced bun. Most people add toppings to their hot dogs like mustard, ketchup, onions and relish.The word hot dog also means someone particularly skilled or excellent. Hot dog is another word for sausage.Hot dogs are originally from the town of Frankfurt, Germany.

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Spaghetti Spaghetti is described as________.Long, stringy pastaA chunky soupA thin crust with sauce and toppingsA sandwich with a patty of meat and cheeseStop References for Informationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaghetti.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice#History_of_domestication_.26_cultivationhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tacohttp://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=hot+doghttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_dog#Etymologyhttp://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tacos

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References for Picturesgoeurope.about.comlyonsdenbooks.comjontrouten.blogspot.comcasavinoltd.co.ukrealsimple.comyangtzeriver.org

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References for Picturescleverhousewife.comoutcastweb.comjaguarmovement.org zazzle.com jaguarmovement.org

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