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Nivel Cinco/Grade Five: Plantas/Plants
Harvesting Food from Plants
The nuts above are called tagua nuts. The substance in the holes goes from drinkable liquid to slurpable jell to edible soft nut to break-your-teeth-hard solid. In solid form, the nuts are used to carve jewelry and animal figures which are sold as an ivory substitute.
Click here to see some tree candy!
Click on a student's name below to see more rain forest plants:
Angel - Collares/Necklaces
Jeni - Artesanias de Fibra/Fiber Crafts
Irma - Artesanias de Madera/Wood Crafts
Bladimir - Achiote/Achiote
Willian - Plantas de Comida/Food Plants

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