Breakfast is seen as the most importantmeal of the day, since it replenishes vital brain nutrients and glucose levels that aredepleted overnight. Breakfast also kick-starts the metabolism, which slows downovernight. Many studies show that, com-pared to children who do eat breakfast,those who skip this meal do not perform as well in areas such as numeracy, problemsolving, information selection and recalland language skills.
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complete and labelthe graphic organizer.
A common mistake students make on theM.A.P. test is
forgetting to label the graphicorganizer.
Oftentimes, students see the blanksinside the graphic organizer and simply com-plete it before moving to the next question. La-
beling is an easy point you don’t want your stu-
dents to miss.
Making Breakfast Count
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