Fruit and Vegetable Bingo as a Tool to Teach Kids about Locally Grown Produce

Mary Lamberts


Extension agents are asked to spend at least 5% of their time on 4-H and youth activities. In large urban counties, people who do not live near the farming area may not know that crops are being grown in their “backyard” so to speak. Children seem to enjoy playing Bingo, so various forms of the game have been developed to teach such things as beef products to fish identification.


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Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.     ISSN 0886-7283

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