September is All-American Breakfast Month
Ask students what they would consider an All-American Breakfast. Many traditional breakfast foods are grown right here in Oklahoma—wheat and corn for cereal, milk from dairy cows, peaches, strawberries or melon to top it off, eggs from Oklahoma's poultry industry and pork or beef sausage on the side.
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Studies show that when kids eat breakfast they have higher test scores, improved daily attendance and better class participation. Yet too many of your students have little or nothing to eat in the morning.
Have a cereal breakfast with peaches, this month's featured Oklahoma fruit.
- Describe your favorite breakfast and explain why you like it.
- Write a menu for your idea of an All-American breakfast.