At eat2explore, we want to make sure you get the most out of your monthly cooking and culture box.
That's why we created lesson plans for each country...so you can expand your exploration!
A Week of Out-Of-The-Box Adventures!
This month we feature USA.
What's In This Month's Featured Lesson Plan?
Each day highlights a different subject and has an idea or prompt to help you and your family explore more.
What adventures will you and your family have this month?
USA North: As one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, how has Niagara Falls changed over thousands of years?
Create your very own hydropower at home!
USA South: Go from the Appalachian Mountain heights to the depths of the Okefenokee Swamp.
Build a swamp terrarium to see how wetland plants live!
📚 Language Arts and Literature
USA North: What kinds of tall tales did lumberjacks tell around the campfires?
USA South: Learn why the 'possum's tail is bare from a Native American story and how the barnyard animals found a feast from an Appalachian folktale.
Explore the history of the United States and some of the amazing landmarks!
USA North: Liberty Bell, Serpent Mound, Plymouth Rock, and Erie Canal
USA South: Etowah Indian Mounds, The Alamo, the Washington Monument, and Colonial Williamsburg
🎉 Social and Cultural Studies
We've included a list of fun holidays and festivals you can mark on your calendar to celebrate all year!
USA North: Learn about the many different cultures that made up the northeast region of the United States including the Dutch, the Puritans, the Germans, the Italians, and the Iroquois and Algonquin Native Americans.
USA South: Follow the cultural immigration to the USA South by people from Scotland, Ireland, Mexico, Africa, and Spain along with the Creek, Cherokee, and Seminole Native Americans of the area.
🎨 Art and 🎵 Music
USA art ranges from Native American beadwork to amazing paintings and sculptures of modern artists.
USA North: Create your own hex sign like the Pennsylvania Dutch used for protection.
USA South: Design and sculpt your own face jug like Lanier Meaders.