What Would Halloween be Like Without the Ecuadorian Rainforest?
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Fourth graders are given a number of typical Halloween treats and work in groups to determine which foods came from the Rainforest (chocolate) and which foods came from temperate regions (apples, popcorn) and treats that don't have chocolate.
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