Harvesting Corn

We not only learned about the history of corn, but its anatomy, how it grows, and most importantly, how to eat it! Using our fingers, we removed the husks from sweet corn, cooked it, and ate it for snack!

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When children are involved with food experience and food preparation, they are more interested in trying it.

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Husking corn gives children an opportunity to see how corn looks when it leaves the field.

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They are learning that corn simply does not come out of the freezer or a can off the shelf.

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It is an opportunity to touch, see the husk of the corn kernels, and hear the snap and crackle of the corn husk as it is pulled off of the ear.

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